That’s more like it, London

A beautiful basin mooring, moments from Kings Cross. And entry to the canal museum thrown in for free.

View of our mooring spot (in front of the little brick building) from other side of the basin

View of our mooring spot (in front of the little brick building) from other side of the basin

And view from our mooring spot, looking over Kings Place.

And view from our mooring spot, looking over Kings Place.

Today the wind dropped, the sun came out, Susan came to play and we cruised past London Zoo and through the Camden Locks. I saw a warthog (one of my favourite animals) as we passed. Glorious stuff!

Approaching the second of the Camden locks. Look at them crowds! On a weekday!

Approaching the second of the Camden locks. Look at them crowds! On a weekday!

Tom hard at work holding the rope while Susan sets the locks

Tom “hard at work” while Susan does all the really hard work of setting the locks

Lock-side garden

Lock-side garden

Hoorah.

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3 comments on “That’s more like it, London
  1. Martine says:

    Ah, that looks better and the sun is shining!
    Biz Maman

  2. Graham says:

    Any lemur attacks suffered en route?

  3. Graham says:

    Ps fancy meeting for greasy spoon breakfast next week one day? What time do you people of leisure rise?

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