Firslty. Wow, great to be on board the Leicestershire moored boat. Michael and I visited Watermead Country Park accompanied by all the birds in Britain. The narrow boat lived up to its name - could equally have been called a very long boat too!
Michael directed me to the Cargo. Kathrine has set the tumbling project in motion with some marvellous things - I won't spoil it for others with details - but they are terrific and supply a lot to go on. Thank you.
We then went to Borough Hill for a laser test and I think connections are being made.
Heres the journey:
Michael and I arrived on the boat and were greeted by the Captain.
I know enough now about BoFA to realise that this isn't just a swan - theres more to it than that......
So first the Captains blog -
Now for the Cargo. Terrific bag for starters! If it goes missing, I'd check either of the Fairfax's cars.
Kathrines cargo is fascinating. A real treat and generously helpful for connections
Finally, Daventry Museum kindly gave me this image of the transmitter which gave the last BBC World Service transmission at Borough Hill, Daventry. The site where cargo left the UK to the whole world.