... from our peaceful mooring at Beale Park, 9:30 Tuesday morning
I've never noticed waterlilies on the river before
A lovely setting
Heading for Brunel's Gatehampton Bridge
... a bridge of two halves
... keeping well away from the shallows
10 o'clock and we've reached our destination where we can see a Still Rockin' size space for us below Goring Lock
Our views for the next couple of days
Off to the pub garden for lunch - the pie of day was Steak and Guiness and we've never eaten a pie so full of meat - very nice.
A pretty house although a bit too large for me
With lovely tiling detail on one bay
2pm and we're billy no mates!
We went for walk around town just after 9 when it was a bit cooler and past George Michael's home
Made me think of the lamp-lighters of old, but of course they are watering the flower baskets hanging from the lamp-posts
There she is!
Up by the lock in the mill stream
The Goring Gap - probably the oldest crossing on the Thames, where The Ridgeway and The Icknield Way provided the pre-historic trade route from Dorset to East Anglia crossed at the ford here
Looking good in the gloaming.