We are moored near a pub called the Cunning Man. We have had an assortment of neighbours, some stay only a few hours, some stay a few days.
We've had Mystic Waters, Thrupenny bit, Great Britain, Water Lilly and many others. A while ago we saw a boat called Argybargy, yesterday was saw R G Bargee.
We've seen a few people we know from various blogs and vlogs and had a chat and we've locked some single handers through the nearest lock.
There is a family of swans nearby mum, dad and seven cygnets, they sail past us twice a day but don't want feeding.
I couldn't get mum and dad both in the photo as they were too spread out and I was stood on a narrow bridge. There are also Canada geese and Greyling geese upstream a way.
We will be here for another week I think as it's very pleasant.
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