Monday, 30 September 2019

Cruising upstream ...

We're leaving Medmenham this morning (30th Sept) and this was the view as I ate breakfast ...
 We've seen lots of wild swimmers here over the weekend
 9:20 and we're on the move

 Hambleden Weir as we approach the only lock today and there was a lock keeper was on duty
 Hambleden Lock will close for a few weeks from November 4th to replace the wooden beams on the lock landings and I'm assuming this hopper will be in use then.

 Nice boat ... nice house too!
 Henley reach can be very peaceful when the regattas are all finished
 Autumn reflections
 Looking along the downstream channel towards Henley...
 The Magna Carta hotel boat again
 Little and large!
 Hobbs of Henley trip boat Hibernia

 There must be a large boat somewhere with a big dent in its roof!
 YES he was coming straight towards us ... because both the pilot and crew were busy looking elsewhere!
Approaching Marsh Lock and the moorings
 4-bed home for sale on the south east end of Rods Eyot in Henley on Thames for a cool £1,175,000
 All moored up!
But we've not finished with Marlow yet ...
this afternoon we need to catch the bus back to the doctors surgery for more jabs!  We'd done this winter's flu and pneumococcal ones and today we have one for shingles (over 70's!).  Then we've done!

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