|Apartment block with photo's in windows|
|Emerging from Islington Tunnel|
|Blue sky reflections in Regent's Park|
At Camden there are two locks close together about 50 m apart, both raising us to a higher level. At the second lock there was very little water entering and also in the lock and we found ourselves slightly grounded even in the centre of the lock, we had to open the sluices to raise the whole 50 m stretch before we could fully move in, these really are miserable locks to operate and it took at least 30 minutes to complete.
|Moored at Camden|
|Scooter used as dining seats|
|Floating Chinese Restaurant in Regent's Park|
|The Snowden Avery at London Zoo|
|The Snowden Avery|
|Leaves from autumn trees|
|House in Regents Park|
Tea was bread and cheese and Pimms for me and beer for Glyn. It seemed a very tiring day as the locks were a bit of a struggle, but traveling through Regent's Park was a nice experience.