There are a couple of low bridges on the run into Godalming which FL scraped under with mm's to spare (play danger music). We didn't quite make it to the end of the navigation at Town bridge because we had to wind at the last possible place to do so for a craft of FL's size which was just in front of the horse boat Iona. Sue used the handy Sainsburys to buy some vittles and we started to retrace our steps back to the Thames. We stopped at National Trust's Dapdune Wharf to look at the exhibits especially Reliance, there were also some very good sound bite from the 1600's.
Heard back from Curry's they are reimbursing me my £7.25 postage and a further £2.75 to buy a drink.... result.
We are now moored just below Trigg's lock on the meadow, tomorrow Delboy lock!.
|A meander roller helps tow ropes around the turns.|
|Green algae from a side stream|
|St Cath's sands.|
|Old boater sculpture|
|Reliance front cabin|
|An old hollow tree with a gastric band holding it together|