Louise had gone ahead towards Handsacre, giving Jasper a good run and play with another Border Terrorist from nb Willow, so I was grateful to Sue from No Problem for a wave telling me it was clear to emerge from the marina as they passed by the entrance heading for Fradley.
We popped into the Old Peculiar at Handsacre for a bit of lunch before making the 45 minute journey back and leaving the boat at Bromley Wharf.
Today we have headed south to Cropredy marina and sorted out a temporary mooring in preparation for our trip onto the Thames in May. We are moving the boat over Easter and staying there for a month before we embark on our little 'retirement cruise'. We had a wander around the village and Louise thought she'd quite like to live on this road...
|It was her idea before you say anything !!|
The countdown clock seems to be ticking faster and faster now and I feel as though I'm standing on a train track facing an express train which is about to run over me. I can't believe that I have just 19 working days left before retirement. It is approaching so quickly, and it is certainly brings with it a mixture of both excitement and apprehension.