Dusk Rising

The evening falls on the slowest, shortest cruise of all.

It was going to be a full day cruisiing with six guests, dawn to dusk, everything planned. Why oh why do we have to have electric and hydraulic powered bridges? At least the old ones can be cranked out of the way by man power (although from what I observe man power is normally wielded on the tiller whilst the lady power wields the windlass on the locks and bridges! Oh well my visitors didn’t seem to mind too much, another day perhaps. (see visitiors page as well).

Dusk falls, the bridge lifts, the 1st time today

1 thought on “Dusk Rising

  1. Steve,

    Glad to see you’re still cruising; we had our last break in the campervan in late September and probably won’t take it out again this year. Just washed it for winter storage.
    We’ve just had our first grandchild. Laura gave birth to Grace last Tuesday; both are well – she and Fingal are very pleased & proud parents.
    Best regards,

    Jim T

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