The cardioversion for my atrial fibrillation seems to be working as I appear to be in sinous rhythm - hopefully it will continue. We have been home for July and August as we had some race officer/timekeeper commitments at the sailing club. Unfortunately the weather worked against us and in the end we only had to do one race, the others being blown off!!! Other family commitments including a christening in Manchester mean we will only manage a short trip to the Ashby Canal.
A few pictures follow of a visit we made to Hebden Bridge-by car- which is recovering from the terrible flooding they had last Boxing Day. We also managed a short trip down the Oxford canal to Banbury and back again. One of the best things about our canal network is that no matter how long or short you are on it or near it you will always see something of interest or unusual.
|The wharf at Hebden Bridge which flooded over the bank by the dry dock and flooded the town.|
|A rather nice tug|
|I think this is lock 11 in the centre of Hebden Bridge|
|The lovely Grade 2 listed LNWR Hebden Bridge station|
|Our mooring on the Oxford canal past Marston Dole and just before bridge 125|
|A baby Water Buffalo seen as we went up Napton flight|
|Anne trying to persuade a couple of swans not to go into the lock- after a good talking to they eventually went out|
|Sometimes its difficult to get a mooring in Croperdy. CRT have put arrmco in just before bridge 156 - going south.|
|This lot put their heads over the wall to see what all the noise was about as we went down Claydon top lock|
|Even for animals its always greener just that bit further on!|