An Early Breakfast

The upside: we can leave home and, ten minutes later, be paddling off down the river. The downside (or is it?): the river is tidal. Miss the tide and it’s mud, not water. Spring tides are biggest and best, and here in the West Country they peak early morning / early evening. Today we used a 5m tide to pick otherwise inaccessible blueberries. Afterwards we landed on the derelict sluice by the weir and spooned steaming hot porridge from our flasks, laced with honey.

4 thoughts on “An Early Breakfast

  1. Thank you Patricia. A compliment from you has substance, as I admire the content and style of your own writing. I’m trying to replicate what I did with the old Pete’s Pots blog: a fair photo plus succinct text.

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