Mudlarking: Thames Estuary Cruising Yarns by Nick Ardley

By Nick Ardley

during this captivating sequel to the profitable neighborhood best-seller Salt Marsh & dust, the skipper and his mate meander lightly round the sea coast of East Anglia, exploring the marshland from North Kent to Suffolk of their tan-sailed, wood clinker sloop, Whimbrel. even if sitting with a cup of tea whereas staring at out over a relaxed waterway or crusing up among London s notable structures, they make the effort to go searching them and to understand the points of interest, sounds and tales that abound. Nick Ardley lovingly weaves his yarns of conventional crusing together with his personal memories and particular wisdom of the areas and waterways that they come upon. the varied rivers and creeks that indent the Thames archipelago cover a wealth of historical past and nature; this fascinating e-book uncovers some of these secrets and techniques and brings them to lifestyles. The tales tucked among the pages of this e-book will attract locals, crusing lovers, and a person with an curiosity within the background or natural world of this attention-grabbing quarter of the country.

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