The rest of the yard was intriguing as well, full as it was of rusting old nissan-type huts, cranes and fuel drums. I love places like this. The colours, textures and general decrepitude really appeal to me.
|The back deck has finally been painted|
|Love being passed by the big boys|
|Approaching a large harbour area|
|Ships and cranes and silos and things. Wonderful!|
|Not a mountain, but a mound of not-sure-what|
|A peaceful place to moor up and have coffee|
|Koos in contemplation|
|Close encounters of the shippy kind|
|Heading back out to the main canal|
|It's almost human, isn't it?|
|A real, live working shipyard and drydock. That's a monster in |
the second dock
|Koos in his happy place|
Sadly, the weather broke yesterday afternoon. We had a heavy downpour and since then it's been cloudy, wet and windy, although it did cheer up a bit this afternoon. Keep your fingers crossed for the coming weekend. It's supposed to be the big move date (as I mentioned earlier)...watch this space!
Have a good week allemaal and I'll see what news I can come up with next time.