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Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Day 59: Saul Junction.

Hi Friends and Followers.

Welcome to get another day of hot sunny weather. The thought for the day was. Move or not move?
Back to last night. I climbed into bed at almost 10pm and the OH followed soon after. As we lay in bed a Tawny Owl was calling from the tree outside of our boat. Sadly it did not get any answers to its calls, but it was a lovely way to end the day.
Ok back to today and yeah I know we have hard decisions to make sometimes. The decision was taken to move.
So we had a short run, just 1.8 miles to Saul Junction. Some great views of the Forest of Dean across the River Severn. Whilst mooring up a red Kite put in an appearance overhead. I always smile broadly when I see a Red Kite. That is the second one we have seen on this trip, so feeling blessed.
We decided to go for a wander over to Saul Junction Marina. It is a huge marina, with boats of all shapes and sizes in it. We got nattering to Cheryl at the marina and it turns out she knows someone we know in the Arm. The world is such a small place at times. Our walk back took us across the swing bridge and back along the towpath.
I spent the afternoon reading yet another book. Soldier Girls by Annie Murray is on the go at the moment. I love Annie's books and how she writes.

Tomorrow are staying put.

Pop back soon xxx

2 comments:

  1. Glad to see you are back on the move.

    I live in Buckinghamshire and the red kites are in abundance over the Chiltern Hills where I live. They are beautiful flyers for sure.

    I am also a big fan of Annie Murray books, have read several. They always make you feel immersed in the story.

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  2. Hi Alison.
    Thank you for your message. I adore anything wildlife and so seeing the Red Kite makes my heart sing. You are so lucky to have so many around you. I have just finished Soldier Girl and I am now on War Babies. I used to have quite a few of her books, but they took up to much room, so gave them to our laundry library in the Arm. I am recollecting now lol.

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