Sunday, 22 April 2012

Cookham, River Thames

 We had planned for only 3 days on the Thames, which meant getting to Maidenhead for the first night.  That plainly didn't happen, so we've given up that and will play it by ear.

Another early start in beautiful weather - Old Windsor Lock with a view of the castle in front and Eaton College to the right.  Must be one of the best view for a lock ever.

We stopped for gas at Windsor Marina - they have a really good landing for narrowboats and it's not cluttered up with boats.

We saw two muntjak deer on an island, they were difficult to photograph as they were in the undergrowth.  This was the best picture and is a bit blurred.

When we came under the bridge at Cookham we were met by this sight.  Time to tie up for the day!

White base card.  Green organdie ribbon, photograph matted onto silver card and yellow, scallop edged card and two paper flowers with brads for centres.

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