Some boats on a Broad (apologies if these captions are vague, due to slowness of updates this cruise was well over a year ago).
Rob in his spectacular yellow waterproofs. And if you think that's impressive, you should see him in a kilt.
"Just another photo of some boats" you're probably thinking. Well think again. For here, in plain colour, can be witnessed the ancient Kestrels art of biscuit transferral. Observe closely, and you will see a custard cream (or possibly a ginger nut) caught in mid air below the boom of Hustler, expertly thrown from Anemone by the mate, Sarah. Or it could be a speck of dirt on the camera lens. Who knows.
Because we're nice, we're not going to put ALL of the photos of Ed and Sarah getting stuck at Irstead on here. We'll just put this one, which nicely sets the scene. Mind you, if there's one place to not get stuck, it's right in front of the rest of the cruise - who were still moored up at the time and quite happy to sit back and watch the show.
Cruise moor up. Eat lunch. Look serious. (Mind, eating is serious business on Kestrels) Andy, Emma, Sarah, Ed and Rob are the people in question.
This photo is only on here because of Rob's amusing facial expression, and the rest of the crew's reaction to it.
And this photo is here because... because... well, it has to be shown, really. "And I've learned that platonic love can exist between two grown men." "Isn't it good that we're all better people?"
From the left, Rob, Rob, Andy (Ed), Andy, Andy, Andy, and er... Andy. No really. Read on, it gets better.
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