Hotel Saint Nicolas
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... Head linings had to come down to get to all the screws, anyway after hard work and patience all 4 handrails were off. Holes in the deck filled and covered to protect them from the winter rain. Over the next number of days we took the sails off and packed them away, waterproofs and wellies aired, halliards and all ropes away, life buoys, dinghy etc etc all stowed until next year, deck and cockpit all cleaned and polished and a few days before leaving Rochefort we took the ...
... again I was able to say something about how we are a Christian school and what TCP is about. It was getting dark - going further south, shorter evenings! - so time to go and cook up some food. Back to the bar for a small carafe of local vin de pays and catch up on messaging family before bed. Awoken at around 1.00 am by thunder, lightening and rain!! How do I do it? What will tomorrow bring? ...
... a picture will be attached. And a lesson learned. That's what this trip is about! Oh, and I have a lovely pine cone and an idea for 'Father's House' when I return. Monica please note. And so to bed. And off tomorrow even further south en route to our friends David and Alison. There are far too many Davids and Alisons in our family and these two aren't family but very old friends with a house near Carcassonne. Photo of my meal attached, ...
... the pontoon, they don't bother slowing up at all. Ivan from the port came to meet us in the River with Christian the motor boat which was lovely and as we entered the port our friend Chris Mee who lives on his barge welcomed us back as well.We moored up in our berth sorted Sega out and Bob joined us for a pork stir fry, cheese and plenty of wine and brandy...... Got to bed about 1ish rather tired but pleased to be ...
... they didn't mind they just smiled and waved.As we entered the river we were met with a huge red tanker coming towards us which we certainly didn't want to argue with, so we kept in close to the moorings to keep out of his way. We continued to sail to our anchorage with just the main up. We always anchor here either on our way out of the river or on our way back to Rochefort, it is such a beautiful and peaceful place to be to chill and relax for a day or 2 which we ...