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Charming Chester

When looking up my photo for my last post about the Norwegian connection, I found the following photos taken the same day. We'd gone on a family outing to Chester (me and my daughters, mom, sister and niece), and naturally I had my camera with me!

Front Harbour:
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Back Harbour:
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Miss Ninja by the funky salt water swimming pool in Back Harbour. It rises and falls with the tide - I used to swim there a lot when I was little - and still love it!:
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Ginger and Miss Ninja sharin' their luv on one of the narrow, uneven back streets of Chester:
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Grammy and her girls with the Captain's House in the background:
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Three gorgeous girls on a Back Harbour wharf:
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Misses Ninja and LeBaron beside the grooviest of groovy VW vans, man:
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And finally...what can I say, I just liked this rock:
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Comments (4)

It looks like you all had fun all-girls-day!
Chester is definitely beautiful and charming. How far is it from where you live? I like the VW bus; my husband and I had two, one in Europe and one later in Florida. We have a lot of great memories on the VW!

Wonderful photos!!! I love boat harbors. Some of the others remind me of summer days up in Maine. I'm so glad you posted them :)

Anne:

Marìa - I'm not sure of the actual distance, but it's not much more than an hour's drive (taking the scenic route...a bit shorter by the ugly highway)

Wow this is just gorgeous! All the photos are beautiful but I especially love number 2.

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