Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Dr Who




Temporary fix I hope 


At the services in Cropredy
I thought the 'Doctor' was a time lord not time lady.


Red Kite

Aynho weir lock

Mondays  mooring

Moored up by 11am and spent the afternoon on the bank watching hay being baled in the field below. It took three men till 18:00 to complete the whole field 






Next day we were away quite early for a short cruise to Lower Heyford

Exiting Somerton Deep lock.


Sue is very happy this heavy bridge has been electrified.





This machine was having a photo shoot by Enslow bridge, I wasn't sure what model obviously a BSA, with the high exhaust probably a dirt bike, good old google revealed it's a BSA Spitfire scrambler. Bet it hasn't seen the mud in a while.


Due to family commitments our good friends Ray & Diane have had to put their boat up for sale. You can't get a better history with a vessel than a bloggers boat.
NB Ferndale

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