We had a good evening at The Moorings last night, although the menu seemed a bit more limited than in the past. It didn't really matter though, because the company was excellent.
This morning, Andy the photographer arrived early, and we were on site at around 8am, which gave him time to get a bacon butty for breakfast. We started looking at boats before 9, to get a good head start before the gates opened. By the end of the day we'd looked at 23 boats. Now I have to see whether I can read my notes, and whether they make any sense!
This is the view from the temporary bridge over the canal, from the towpath to the show site. Briar Rose is moored in the distance, the penultimate boat on the outside.