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Andy300
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A very pleasant morning walking & shopping (?) around Lichfield.

 

Cathedral...

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TWF administrators immortalised in stone :biggrin:...

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Whilst DC was preoccupied spending the heir hunters inheritance :whistle:...

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Thought I should pop in (3 doors down) & scrounge a coffee & pastry from, Davey...

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He was out (hiding I suspect) ? :taz:

 

Round the corner into the 500 year old 'The Tudor of Lichfield' for a very agreeable luncheon...

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4 hours ago, sabailand said:

That looks ready to burst, or is it at normal height, terrible up here in Yorkshire as you`ve no doubt seen on the news.

It's a part spring /part pumping scheme fed river which starts just beyond the bridge, has a small cascade just downstream which dams the water so it's always like that. Yes seen the Yorkshire footage, looks terrible

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Went to check out the Thames at Hurley lock to see if it was possible to go fishing...but the river was up and pushing through very rapidly. The sluices on the weir were fully open to let the water away...one slip here, and you'd be a goner. Needless to say, we'll be on a lake later in the week.

Hurley lock.

Hurley lock.

Hurley lock.

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(First two pics from Samsung Galaxy Tab 2)

Out for a walk yesterday and went down to the ford that's about half a mile away to see how the rain had affected it. Back in the summer, I took a pic of it when it was passable...

River Loddon walk

...but when it floods, it floods badly...this pic was taken around 5 years ago during a particularly wet spell. The water at the crossing is over 8 feet deep here.

River Lodden Walk.

Yesterday, it was in flood, but not the extent of the above...the depth marker at the crossing was reading 3 feet deep...(latest pics from Samsung S10+)

River Lodden walk.

River Lodden walk.

...and despite the two warning notices...

River Lodden walk.

River Lodden walk.

...there's always some berk who thinks they know better. 50 yards downstream....

River Lodden walk.

River Lodden walk.

:laughing2dw::laughing2dw:

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