The Old Rectory
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Today we went to the local zoo and saw some fascinating animals such as, Monkeys Snakes Tarantulas Meerkats Penguins Owls Wildcats Big horses And birds of prey Even though I have seen these animals at other zoos, it was a nice day out with ...
... the day was difficult because today we have to essentially get back to our home base. We drove up further up the River Thune. Our map suggested that there was a museum of wind energy. I love my mobile phone cum GPS which took me to the web site of that museum and from there to the trip app. Problem was that, despite all that technology we could not find the place. No signs or signposts. We finally saw some windmills and headed for ...
... ever left), I undid the bowline, pushed the boat off, walked to the stern line, undid that, hopped onto the boat - off we went. Down the River Ant and through the Barton Broad where both Amy and Marcus also got their first chance to street the boat.
Jane is a natural when it comes to steering the boat, we gently skippered towards How Hall, always on the right side of the river, always straight, always calm and controlled.
But then we had ...
... and they would be with us soon. "Soon" in Norfolk is a long time! The induction consisted of a quick tour of the boat and then we took her for a spin. One go at mooring, one 3-point turn, one reverse parking and we were let loose.
By this time it was quite late so we simply went a bit North up the River Ant where we noticed a single boat mooring on a bank and we joined them. A herd of Scottish Highland ...
Good Afternoon Elaine,
Please find attached a couple
of shots of the newly named Broom 430 Etta for you.