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One thing we discovered early on during the trip was that my journal would not have in- depth entries. At best, I managed to jot down the time we arrived at/left the lock, though not both, as I was busy … Continue reading
Having checked our lists as to what we needed to take and then remembering there was no need to pack, surprisingly we were ready for the off before 10am. The weather was good, and we were looking forward to a … Continue reading
The Wake Behind Us Gliding through water, Shimmering path behind us, We are all alone. Picture taken 4th June 2015
Our friend arrived earlier than expected today which worked out absolutely GREAT! After a much needed cup of tea after his journey, we untied the moorings and set off up river. Bud did not like the horn or the engine … Continue reading
Hubby had a bad night, so I was up first, slithering out of bed as ‘my side’ is along the side of the boat rather than the galley. Maggie was comfy if her contented snores were anything to go by, … Continue reading
I’ve had a terrific day today. Hubby and our Friend have had a bachelor day as there were a few little jobs to do around the house (Hubby got thrashed at both dominoes and cribbage), so I took the car … Continue reading
Hubby and I have been out in the car today as it was too nice to stay indoors. We visited a couple of towns we hadn’t been to before, and got lost in one, even though we had a street … Continue reading
The M5 was busy yesterday, so much so that when we came back from town, we were glad we weren’t on it, as traffic was at a standstill. Later, we saw the motorway from another perspective, and although traffic was … Continue reading
Silhouetted against the sky, Arms held upwards, tall and high Watching us, as we drift by. Round the bend and this we see, Bordered each side by a tree, Restful in its tranquility. Scenes from the river two days ago, … Continue reading