One of the nice things about where we stay in Fowey is looking out at the boats in the harbour, which is still very much a working port. So you can imagine the excitement when one of the freighters which transport the local china clay came steaming past.
You can see the all moorings outside our decking, which doesn't leave an awful lot of river to navigate in. Not something which concerned Joe too much as he shrieked "Daddy, big boat, Daddy big boat!"
Big boat indeed for such a small harbour.ReplyDelete
They seem a whole lot bigger when charging down on you in the middle of the night as you try to cross the harbour in an inflatable with outboard motor with history of stalling!
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