I was up and about at 8:30am this morning and glad to say the headache seems to be much better. My plan was to wash and polish outside AmyJo today and then tomorrow spring clean inside.
All was going well and AmyJo had a good scrub to get all the duck do off her roof. By lunchtime though ominous clouds were building and I just managed to polish the chromium when the heavens opened and rumbles of thunder could be heard in the distance so rain stopped all work and I sat in the cratch watching the lightning. To coin a phrase used by Joe Lodge on Hadar (click) "it was certainly black over Bill's mums"
It rained for most of the afternoon but by tea time the sun made an appearance. I had left my raincoat in the car so retrieved it and went for a wonder to see the show boats. Looks like there is going to be plenty to see but a word of warning. Bring good shoes as the fields are likely to be a bit soggy underfoot.
|Nutfield waiting to slot into her show berth|
|Raymond arrives and prepares to moor up|
|Next Nutfield Moors alongside Raymond|
|Canal boat magazine's latest review boat Posh Fox|
|And Achernar is here too, their blog is here (click)|