The morning began with the sun pouring through the pigeon box portholes, which bode well for the day.
With no wind the reflections were beautiful.
Hadar was soaking up the sunshine whilst she and we waited for Kuranda to arrive to look at our inverter/charger.
I went out with my camera to make the most of the sunshine and photograph opportunities.
At 10.30am Brett and Phil arrived and immediately began checking things out, he found an anomaly with a setting on the Invertor/Charger. Having corrected it and much improved the output from the charger, we now hope that this has finally cured our problems, and we can take a break from things going wrong. Next stop to pick up our fridge/freezer from Braunston.
Marmite checking out the sunshine.
There is a lot of Butter Bur about.
Frog spawn which has yet to hatch.
Frog spawn already hatched.
Whilst out taking photograph I noticed this Welsh Cob enjoying the grass at the basin. I got chatting to her owner, who brings her down every day for half an hour to eat the lush grass. It was hard to believe the Welsh Cob was 23 years old, she really did not look it. I really enjoyed chatting the owner and hearing about her 25 years of breeding Welsh Cobs.
When I got back to the boat all was fixed with the inverter/charger or at least we hope so, so I made us all a drink and put some shortbread out. We are now going to be keeping an eye on things to make sure it is working properly, but hopefully this will put an end to things breaking down for a bit at least.
Tomorrow we have a food delivery coming and so we will be off on Thursday.