Jude is looking for Blue transport. Or better, some blue marine things
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Thank you, Jude!
I am fascinated by houseboats. One of my favourite things to when in a London is to run along Regents Canal to do gawking
A very good area for houseboats, Ju-Lyn!
Good finds Sue 🙂 🙂
4 for the price of one!
ooh how fab
Oh nice. Great houseboat. I’m less interested in the cars. Obviously.
Canal-boats are often very colourful, and you found a nice example.
Best wishes, Pete.
Regents c anal has a few!
Yes, I used to see them at Little Venice in Maida Vale. They have a festival on the water there.
Oh I so adore your boat photos. 😀 😀
Thank you, Klara
Edith is a bonny boat!
She is indeed, Anabel!