From Sail boat.
Our morning started like most of our Sundays with dinghy racing on the River Dee in Chester. With the leaves on the trees turning gold and the sun beating down as if a summer's day the fleet was a larger one than usuall and looked resplendant in the Autum sun.. I was on duty running the rescue boat and Chris decided as conditions were perfect she would sail single handed in one of the club's RS Feva's. 4 Mini (20 minute) races were planed and a thoroughly great time was had. Chris even did well finishing mid fleet. Concidering she normally crews for me that was a great result.
To Narrow boat
To Gravy Boat.
Chris and I are privileged to have two great daughters and the youngest, Joanne, has met a young man (Tim) who just happens to be a fantastic cook (lucky Joanne!). On our return home from Derwent6 we opened the door to the smells of a Roast Beef dinner about to be served. We sat down to a gastronomic delight, superbly favoured Beef laced with English Mustard with roasted vegetables and roast potatoes washed down with a lovely glass of red. All this topped off with profiteroles and cream. I think after that I'm gonna need a slightly wider narrow boat for me to fit in if we eat like that too often!! Nice one Tim you can come round and cook again any time :-)
After all that we sat down in the recliners and contemplated what had been a wonderful day. Thank you Del, Al and Derwent6 for making it a great one! You guys are soooo lucky and we cannot wait to make AmyJo a reality now having spent time with you.