Col, thank you for your comments I hope you enjoyed your time with your grandchild.
Ian I hope you don't have too many problems with hire boaters, we always stay put on changeover day.
We've had a busy few days in the family.
DD2 has moved into what she hopes will be her forever home, three of her four children also moved schools, so she's had to deal with moving house, buying white goods, buying new sets of school uniform and everything else. Her brand new fridge freezer stopped working the day after it was delivered and despite the house being a new build there is a water leak in the kitchen that has ruined the new floor so she still has a lot of stuff to sort out.
DD1 is still wearing wrist braces and awaiting physio, her children have returned to school after the Easter break.
We have moved mooring twice since leaving the marina, some friends have managed to get off the Thames on to the Kennet and Avon and we will be travelling with them for a while.
We had our second jab last Saturday, our appointments were at 9 & 9:10, we arrived just before 9 and went in together. We we walking back to the car by 9:05
A few jobs have been done on the boat, including cleaning the roof, Windows and pram cover. We have four new troughs on the roof, one contains herbs as the previous herb container disintegrated. One contains a white heather, a viola and a lavender. One contains cut and come again lettuce and oriental leaves. The final one is for French beans.
We collected the car and then moved again so moved the car again, I also gave our friends a lift to collect their car which they had left near their previous mooring.
The cupboards, fridge and freezer are full, I'm cooking lamb steaks, new potatoes with carrots and peas.
I shall attempt to take some pics of our current mooring soon.