Vignettes from an English Estuary

I thought I would just post a few tiny fragments from the river here

first here is a snap of where I now live from a the flickr stream by John Fielding

if he gets upset and wants me to take them down they will be down in a jiffy

https://www.flickr.com/photos/john_fielding/22701427131

and here are the salt marshes from the same flikr streamĀ  – no idea why that embedded and the other did not

Waldringfield

 

Katie L waits on her mooring

this came up the river last night

 

the local kids out for their saturday morning indoctrination into sailing

 

Sweet Pea

 

 

 

First scrub of the season

 

 

Woodbridge boat house

This is about Dylan Winter's Blog, Sailing around Britain.

9 Responses to “Vignettes from an English Estuary”

  1. 21 June, 2017 at 7:54 amStephen Mundane says:

    Truly an English heaven washed by a river (apologies to Rupert Brooke)

  2. 21 June, 2017 at 10:23 amTim says:

    Thought Cutest Boat on The Trot was Shoal Waters!
    Good look-a-like.

  3. 21 June, 2017 at 5:49 pmKevin Tisdall says:

    What a gorgeous place!

  4. 22 June, 2017 at 11:47 pmJohn Booth says:

    The little cutie looks a bit like a 16′ Yachting Monthly Senior, with a bowsprit added. Lovely boat indeed!

  5. 23 June, 2017 at 9:17 amPaul says:

    Looks like about the perfect place to retire D. Just lovely. As long as it has a decent chip shop and somewhere that sells a decent pie and mushy peas of course. Would love to see a video tour of the village and surrounding countryside with your usual entertaining bit of history, geology, controversy etc thrown in of course. :-)

  6. 26 June, 2017 at 1:30 amWarren says:

    A big ’70’s Freedom and American flagged too, looks like it was re rigged from it old wishbone.
    John fielding photos are great , on his Flickr site. An east Anglian for sure.
    I keep forgetting to check the sail clubs web site during race day!
    Cheers Warren

  7. 26 June, 2017 at 7:39 pm[email protected] says:

    Such a beautiful setting to keep enjoying your boating. Keep going, old sport, keep going. We’re with you. Ed

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