Holiday Photo Diaries

Morning Star - Moondance Reunion Cruise (June 2009)

Anna Crane - New Year Cruise (January 2009)

Moondance - Lough Swilly to Oban (June 2008)

Moondance - Penzance to Scillies to Baltimore (May 2008)

Dartmoor - Horsies, Cycling and Walking (March 2008)

San Francisco (March 2008)

Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales (March 2008)

Nanci Griffith and the Mountains of Mourne (February 2008)

Anna Crane New Year Cruise (January 2008)

Moondance delivery (November 2007)

Norfolk Broads (September 2007)

Folk & Ale Fest at The Bluebell (June 2007)

Penny's Birthday Barn Dance (June 2007)

Anna Crane in the Western Isles (June 2007)

Walking in the Lake District (May 2007)

Rowing on the River Camel (April 2007)

Jodie & Andreas' Wedding, Berlin (Easter 2007)

Moondance New Year (January 2007)

"Deliverance" Canoe Journey (September 2006)

The Fleadh (August 2006)

Moondance, Isles of Scilly (July 2006)

Moondance Delivery Trip, Gweek to Topsham (April 2006)

April fools!

Anna Crane New Year (January 2006)

Swallows and Amazons and Eels for ever!

Walking in Snowdonia (August 2005)

Anna Crane Holland (June 2005)

A roasting summer cruise of southern Holland.

Morning Star Scillies (May 2004)

Trip to the Isles of Scilly with music on the afterdeck.

Coroskeir (April 2004)

The Great Narrowboat Move.

Anna Crane New Year (January 2004)

Eventful new year cruise on the East coast.

Teal (July 2004)

Across the Sea to Denmark and beyond.

Not yet written up

Impromptu Cycle Tour (June 2003)

Also... Hugh Sawyer, the "Original Ditch Monkey", is living on the ground in the woods yet working in a respectable City job and writing a blog about it. "Talking of spring there are all kinds of little green frondy things sticking out of the ground now, I have no idea what they are. I will keep an eye on them and see what they turn into, my guess is big green frondy things but we shall see."

Also... Arthur Boyt lives off road kill.

Tiger Moon (July 2003)

Day skipper course and eating wild sausages.

Devon Coast-to-Coast Cycle (July 2002)

JAF monogram