The 'end of summer' bank holiday Monday turned out to be a bright sunny day with temperatures in the mid-20s. It presented the perfect opportunity to soak up the last of the summer sunshine before we relapse into the cold of autumn and winter.
To make the most of this most elusive British sun we decided to head out to Dunham Massey. It is a rather delightful National Trust site, and J was very excited at the prospect of seeing some deer. We were about 2 minutes from Dunham Massey, when we, rather I, had a change of heart. So I turned the car right instead of left (at this point M would argue that I just did what he thinks women drivers do - confuse their lefts and rights), and we ended up at Red House Farm instead.