We're sharing our mooring with over 200 canada geese, who fly in, in the morning and leave late afternoon. It's lovely to have them around, with their comedy honking, though it does get a bit noisy when they're about to leave for the day. They didn't seem to mind the waves, although I was afraid of getting sea sick.
Dave took a long hike into Stone on Sunday and met up with some friends for a pint or two, luckily he got a lift back to Sandon. It's such a friendly town, where he has some long standing friends that he met when he first moored there back in 1992 - including Paul, the Best Man at our wedding. Unfortunately his old haunt Rising Sun is now a block of flats - sorry - apartments.
http://www.astonmarina.co.uk/index.php . It has a separate entrance and exit, so its a one way system. We may call in for a night to 'hook up' and so some laundry. It has berths for 180 craft, but its not even half full. Apparently the Phyllis May II is moored there, but we didn't see it (Terry & Monica Darlington's new boat after the fire on Phyllis May) http://www.narrowdog.com/