Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Hampton Court to Staines

On the move again having first got to Hampton Court in the middle of February. Well, okay, we haven't just been at Hampton Court as we've spent three of these weeks on the River Wey, done a bit of work on the boat and pottered around a bit waiting for a visit from our son Aaron whose with us for a week.

A last look at the deers at Hampton Court where I'd guess there must be a good two hundred

Sunset on the mooring at Hampton Court

First bit of new territory for us since February, all of about five minutes above Sheperton Lock

A walk with Aaron (and Nicky of course, but someones got to take the photos for my blog)

 A warm sunny day and a river to play in, perfect for The Boys

And then a play fight to finish off with and finally

 A well earned rest

Moored up in Staines

And some Egyptian Geese to finish off this post from our last walk of the day.

And so in signing off,

Day 1339 in the Badger Sett Narrowboat - 2877 miles, 1772 locks and 1431 cruising hours further on from when we started.

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