In photos: on Nancy Blackett from Surlingham to Burgh Castle

Nancy Blackett’s first week on the Norfolk Broads for the first time in twenty years drew to a close last week with more words and photos from mate Andy Morley…

Friday 13th July 2018

Surlingham Ferry House at first light this morning.

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The Painted Lady, an absolutely immaculate motor boat built on Lake Lothing, Lowestoft 50 or 60 years ago, now owned by Arthur (a time-served shipwrights) and Barbara who keep her at Somerleyton.

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Nancy, of course.

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Bow Belle, Surlingham.

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Meeting Corsair on our way back down the Yare.

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Corsair

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Corsair

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Back at Cantley.

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Leaving leaflets at Reedham.

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Dennis Kilner and Vixen.

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Back at Berney Arms

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Join of the Yare and Waveney; where the pilot boats used to wait for coasters and where the Come Along waited in Coot Club.

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Berthed at Goodchild Marine

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The Important Things

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Night Nancy.

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