Tour done and after a busted handbrake cable took Geo Man for further nostalgic wallow on the front at Wivenhoe, in the glorious low, pre-clock change afternoon light.
Cook's Jetty and yuppy flats. Rowhedge in the distance
Navigation marker, tidal barrier
Looking down the Colne
Still a working port despite the boho invasion
Up into West and Alma Streets and poking my nose into some windows. Treasure within.
Slightly less revealed here.
Down the hill and on to the front again. Hauled out for the winter
It's a dreadful pub in a great position. Go to the Black Buoy, miles better. Greyhound is alright too.
Back to check the Bureboy waggon hadn't rolled handbrake-less into the Colne. More widow snooping.
And a very pumpkin like buoy, complete with artisinal barnacles..
Chichester tomorrow for History Man Hen's Graduation pre-loading