Patch Bridge

Only a slow chug of 10 miles today. We had breakfast then set off. It was fairly cold with a chilly wind blowing, though about two miles of fishermen were braving the cold to setup prior to a match. At Splatt bridge we moored up to take a walk into tne village to buy milk etc, then back to tne boat for lunch. By now the weather had improved considerably and we ate lunch outside on the grass. After lunch another slow chug took us down to Patch bridge. Later daughter Nikki and family joined us for a while to sit in the sunshine for a natter. We have seen 5 or 6 swan nests with the pens apparently incubating today, but no cygnets yet.

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