I saw the consultant last week and I'm due to see him again on Wednesday. He says all is ok with the skin graft but it looks quite unsightly and I don't feel like going out to take photographs just yet.
This series of a walk around Louth was actually taken LAST YEAR but I hope you still find something of interest in the pictures.
(Click on any image to view it larger.)
|A view along West Street. This would have been the main street into Louth many years ago, all|
the wealthy people would have their houses along this street and it was where the prosperous
town folk would aspire to live.
|An impressive house on West Street.|
|The front door is decorated for Christmas,|
understated but very tasteful.
|On the opposite side of the street is this house called "Church Precincts"|
|A very attractive doorway, I like the bell pull|
chain on the left. Please view this picture large
to see the detail in the door.
|This large house is the Vicarage, unfortunately|
I couldn't get a full view of it as it is obscured
from the gateway going in to it.
Whilst taking it I noticed the blue plaque on
the wall. See below.
|The wall and pathway continues along the side of St James church, quite a well known landmark.|
At the end is Upgate, the main thoroughfare through Louth.
|Some interesting architectural features at the Mansion House, these are the vents and possibly loading|
points for the cellar.
|An old boot scraper.|
|A view from Mercer Road looking into the Market Place. The old Market Hall clock can be seen, it|
stands above the indoor market. Outdoor markets are held every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
|On the corner of Market Place and Queen Street is Scotts Jewelers. |
On the side wall is a lovely mural. The next image shows in detail how attractive and interesting it is.