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Friday, June 15, 2018

Sims Bridge to Sharpness

Last night we walked to the River to see the Severn Bore. We did have a good view of the sunset as we awaited the Bore.


Unfortunately it wasn't a very large Bore and has not shown up very well in the photos I took.


This morning we set off for our last trip down the G&S. The crane which was used at Rea Bridge is now at Parkend Bridge.


Now moored near Sharpness.


We dragged this huge tarpaulin out of the canal, which has drifted, in the wind, from the docks, we have inform CRT.


Keith.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Gloucester Docks to Sims Bridge

Gloucester Docks at night, I took this last night.


Following a rough night with the wind coming up the docks creating waves crashing into Hadar side on, neither of us got a lot of sleep but a lot of cups of tea in bed! 

Was a bit tricky getting away from the pontoon this morning, as the wind was pinning us against it, but Jo held the bow line around the cleat on the pontoon whilst I drove the stern against the wind with the engine.

Now moored at Sims Bridge.



Keith.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Seller's Bridge to Gloucester Docks

This morning we moved up to the Baker's Quay visitor mooring for a brief stop to do a food shop at Aldi.



As there was plenty of room in the docks we then through Llanthony bascule bridge and into the Docks.


Now moored on the visitor moorings near the lock.


Keith.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Shepherd's Patch to Sellers Swing-Bridge

Some great views across the River Severn this morning.




And on the other side of the canal the Cotswold's.


A swan family greeted our arrival at our mooring.


Now moored near Quedgeley Wharf at Seller's Bridge.


Just had lunch at The Pilot Inn by the bridge.

Keith.

Tuesday, June 05, 2018

Cadbury's Wharf to Shepherd's Patch

This new house must use a lot of electricity!


Now moored at Shepherd's Patch.


Keith.

Monday, June 04, 2018

Sims Bridge to Cadbury's Wharf, Frampton on Severn

Young family of swans and cygnets.


Awaiting the lights at a swing-bridge to go green.


Very high pylons to clear the tall ships that use the canal.


Now moored opposite Cadbury Wharf at Frampton on Severn.


Keith.

Friday, June 01, 2018

Gloucester to Sims Bridge

We headed back out of Gloucester for the weekend.
Approaching High Orchard bascule bridge.


Approaching Hempsted swing-bridge.


Approaching Netheridge swing-bridge. 


Now moored at Sims swing-bridge.


Keith.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Sharpness to Gloucester

Row of canal-side cottages at Purton.


Various swing-bridges.






The sign says "SLOW loose cables across canal. No mooring between signs."

It would have to be a very small boat to moor between the 2 posts!


One of the swing-bridges being worked upon.


Approaching Gloucester from the south.


Now moored on the Baker's Quay visitor mooring before Llantony Bridge.


Keith.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Shepherd's Patch to Sharpness

Approaching the remains of the old railway swing-bridge near Sharpness.


Now moored near the remains of the old railway swing-bridge.


Keith.

Monday, May 28, 2018

Wetland & Wildfowl Trust, Slimbridge

Just a small selection of the 473 photos I took in the Wetland & Wildfowl Trust, Slimbridge.










The highlight of our visit was seeing the cranes.


Keith.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Saul Junction to Shepherd's Patch

Yesterday we had this sail yacht moor behind us, not a usual combination of boats!


Approaching Saul Junction footbridge.


Dismal weather meant the views are shrouded in gloom.


Arriving at the visitor moorings at Shepherd's Patch as captured by Adrian on Rypeck.


Now moored at Shepherd's Patch visitor moorings for the Bank Holiday weekend.


We had a nice meal in the Tudor Arms with Adrian & Carole before they set off to Gloucester and back to Droitwich.

Keith.