Short Break in Hampshire

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  1. Wildman

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    Whilst having a few days in the Portsmouth area to attend a school reunion I took the opportunity to meet up with Del- Novawight at the Ship Inn Langstone. Del brought a bottle of homemade firewater that will not survive Christmas, thanks Del.
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    The views from here were stunning, to the left is the old mill at Langstone village
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    whilst in front is Hayling Island
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    you can see I was there early to see the sun come up.
    I spent the night on the Quay, it has been a while since the grain barges tied up here
    the Royal oak is not too far away either.
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    I considered getting the fishing rods out but had places to be. Another day,,,,,,,,,,, oh yes another day. I spent hours fishing here as a kid. Was great to be back.
     
  2. movan

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    Thanks Roger. Lovely photos. Glad you home safely.
     
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    Nice pictures there Rog Thanks for sharing.:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  4. mick noe

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    thank enjoyed photos and info:thumb:
     
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    Very pretty Roger,, lovely photo`s.. Thanks.. :thumb:
     
  6. Dalek

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    Looks very peaceful, lovely photos and thank you for sharing them with us
     
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    Thanks Roger--just love the old mill dont you wish we could move back to that era
     
  8. Wildman

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    Portsmouth is still a busy port
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    Veiw across Southsea common
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    parked on Langstone quay, great place for boats to sail in and tie up for a quick pint, hee hee
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  9. lady jann

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    hi roger all brings back many fond memories !:Smile:





    best regards r m c.....
     
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