We spent a week on the mooring opposite the Shady Oak and as the weather finally set fair I manage to do a few touch up paint jobs much over due.
The fine weather brought with it some stunning sunsets like this one
|Watering outside the pub in lovely warm sunshine|
|Smudge drying off after his swim, none the worse for his dunking.|
On the Sunday after we upped pins and moved AmyJo upstream on our fave mooring at Eggbridge in Waverton. This mooring is a delight and has a very convenient car park right on the tow path. Its a 7 day mooring here so we made the most of it.
By now high pressure was fully in charge and the Hobbit fire was allowed to go out and put into hibernation
|Picturesque spot at eggbridge and calm water reflections|
|Just one of many families of ducks at Eggbridge|
When he did eventually return it was clear he was as happy as a dog in s.. literally! Tail wagging, ten a dozen he was covered head to tail in horse muck and stunk to high heaven. He was in the shower quicker than you can say Pew! He is walked on the lead more now.
|Not seen one of these before nor can we find out what breed it is.|
What a wonderful sunset photo, taken through the bridge. Just perfect!!
Robin and Jenny, Romany Rambler
Do be careful with Smudge, my neighbour's dog got into a field of sheep and only avoided being shot because he went to the farmer when called. My neighbour paid over £1000 for the miscarried lambs and general sheepy distress. The law is very clearly not on the dog's side!
Love the sunset photo too.
I agree, that was my fear too but luckily Smudge came back before any harm done so we got away with it this time. Lesson learned!
Thanks Jenny, the picture didn't do it justice really. It was truly stunning
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