Thursday, 3 July 2014

Into open country

After a nights rest Sue's ankle was not feeling quite so sore and when Lesley walking the two labs came knocking and a meet up at the Admiral Nelson for lunch was mentioned Sue was immediately up for it, but after a reality check that it's a fair distance to walk and have to negotiate a steep pedestrian stepped bridge she thought better of it.  I was despatched with shopping list for some groceries to pick up on the return journey from the pub. An excellent pint of Doombar in the garden and a natter with Lesley and Joe before picking up supplies from the village store.

Not much else has happened today apart from our 48 hour mooring was up and we moved out into the open countryside above bridge 100. Sue rested her foot in the cratch while we moved the short distance.

I have bought one of those Hero 3 + cameras to take videos of parts of our journey and tried it out for the first time today. I have got some footage but will have to work out how to get it from the camera to the pc.

Update.... I managed to sort a bit of time lapse footage of part of our journey today.For some reason the camera split it up into 3 x half hour chunks . Here's the first chunk  after a bit of editing out of me setting the camera on the front of FL

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