There always seems to be a rainbow at Derryvore, in Trial Bay. Could this be because it always rains when we are on this mooring?
In the morning at Geaglum.
Some of our newly collected wood is inside the cratch, but most is on top, as seen here at Geaglum.
There were over 25 birds on the pulpit of Inishturk, across the bay.
Moving on, we sail under the Viaduct, which is the main route between Derrylin and Lisknaskea.
Even though it is quite late in the year, the reeds along the sides of Upper Lough Erne are still as attractive as ever.
Last year these markers were nearly under water, when we came this way in late October.
The old railway pillars on the approach to the Ardhowen Theatre mooring tell us that we are nearly back at Enniskillen.
Enniskillen Castle looms majestically ahead of The Puzzler.
At the Round "O" all the ducks, swans and geese are back too for the winter.
Early in the morning,
Two little tug boats,
All in a row".
Can anyone else remember this ditty from our childhood?