The Bridge – Richard Broom Photography
Watch out men! It’s an invasion force!!!
The red and yellow beaked mini-chicken and its mother in the background seen near our boat today.
A chicken hiding out on (in?) one of the lock gates nearby.
For those of you with expensive tastes…
An image representing the British Conservative Party. The Party is about to sink without trace and probably no bad thing! What a disgraceful shambles they are!!!
Not two things you see together often…
Many years ago I worked on deep sea salvage tugs and, since then, I’ve always had a soft spot for tugs. The second image shows the tug Statesman, the first tug I went to sea on in 1972 (this makes me feel VERY old!). The radio callsign of the statesman was 6ZQS (Liberian) but was changed to GSAA when the Statesman became registered in Britain (something to do with the Cod War!). The front of the Statesman looked like one of those expensive ocean-going yachts.
We put Lucie on the market in 2017 but then decided to spend another year in Holland (hard to leave such a wonderful place). Now the time for us to leave has come around and we have now put Lucie on the market again. If you like the idea of living a wonderful life on the waterways of Europe, then please click here.
Please click on the Soundcloud link below, close your eyes and join me on the streets of Amsterdam for the King’s Day (27 April) celbrations. Amsterdam turns into one big street party on King’s Day and boats with very loud sound systems and celebrating crew members tour the city’s canals having what can only be described as a very good time!
See all other soundscapes here.
See my King’s Day video here.
See my King’s Day Spark here.
An old favourite – remade
The Old Bike
The drainage canals – where else but the Netherlands…
Sorry I have been away for a while. Very busy at this end. Back full time the week after next…
The Red Sails
After a long break I’m back. Have been a little busy!
The Lonely Lady
Work this one out if you can!
Could it be Keith Richards?