Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Die wolken. (Just for a change).

Having suffered howling gales for the last couple of days today we set off again from Napton. Luckily the snow failed to find our little corner of Warwickshire.

On the moorings opposite the waterpoint are two diddy little boats, one called

and my favourite called:-

Just love the name.
As next Saturday is the last day of the Six Nations and it is a championship decider between Wales and England we ( I ) decided we would more somewhere quiet with good reception so we ( I ) could watch the game. England should get the Grand Slam, but if they play like they did against Italy, Wales could steal the title, a real nail biter.

We cruised past Lower Shuckburgh's wonderfully ornate Victorian Gothic church and on as far as

Flecknoe Fields Farm with it's huge green shed and as we knew from past experience that we have a clear shot at the satellite from here we stopped and moored.
Jill had control of the camera today:

She came up with a couple of stunning cloud studies.
I should take her on as a full time photographer.

Watch this space............

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