Its always hard to imagine the night before when we simply got drenched in a cloud burst when you are faced with a morning like this
|The sun was blinding and lovely and warm bursting in this morning.|
|Our mooring with the front sticking out...|
|Our most creative mooring yet|
Yes this attractive wooden one although it might benefit from a little bit of TLC.
|Another imposing stone bridge I think it was at Shillingford.|
|So here we arrived above Days Lock to moor up, is that someone up there...?|
|Yes indeedy its our mooring team|
|So good to have caught the up again|
|WaL in a great setting.|
|That's Whittington Clump behind us in the distance|
We and a quick coffee then walked together into Dorchester village to a nice dog friendly pub, it's hard to photograph black dogs on a dark floor in the shadows but they are such well behaved doggies and a pleasure to be with.
Great to have a catch-up again. Back to the boats for a rugby afternoon.
The Lurvvve flowed here this afternoon as you can see, it made David and I blush.
Super after Japan lost was a smoked salmon parcel with cream cheese and salmon filling, then roasted golden and red beets with goats cheese crumbled over the top and spiced apples and sultanas and cream.