The moorings at the current end of the Wendover Arm are hidden gems, in two days we have seen one other boat come up the arm, and they didn't stay. A couple of long term moorers beyond the winding hole and a stables are our only neighbours. If you are passing Bulbourne Junction and have a bit of time to spare it makes a pleasant change from crowded moorings on the main line.
Today we went down to Tring, a brisk twenty five minute walk takes you to the town centre.
Their greatest claim to fame is that some of the forbears of George Washington were from Tring.
We can recommend the Prezzo Italian restaurant, good pizzas.
**Sorry couldn't resist using that line from "A Transport of Delight" by Flanders and Swann.
Also in the church I found a poster headed