This morning was very windy again, with the odd squally shower. Adrian did work while I did not much, apart from a trip to get lunch and dinner. This afternoon was the reason we were up here — to go to Paul Macey’s funeral.
It was a very nice service at the crematorium in Milton Keynes, and it was also good to chat to his family afterwards. We’d followed the blog for a long time and met Paul and Elaine a few times, most notably at Paddington Basin on the day Prince George was born. He also often used to message me when he was listening to the radio.
Back at the marina, just where we parked there were sparrows going in and out of a little hole in the wall.
On the boat, we spent a mucky half hour trying to stop the bilge pump running — not pumping, just running — something that will require more work on another occasion. Tomorrow, we’ll go back to London as I have work, and Adrian will go home from there.