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lurcher

Bit Of A Stretch

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There still appears to be a problem with the image!

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I am having  truoble with the pic

 

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Looks like the file extension is wrong.

It should be .jpg ( not .htm)

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Looking upstream from Brundall Church Fen ?

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I'm moored near there & can understand your choice,but no.

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How about just below Postwick viaduct? 

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Surlingham Broad or Bradgate if you prefer

Boycee

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It's not on the Yare system.Thread could have been titled"pushing the boundries"

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It doesn't look like any of the navigable bits, I'm wondering if its one of the 'hidden' broads. looks too big for Cockshoot, could it be Hoveton Great Broad????

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Not there Howard.I ought to be feeling a little guilty by now.:default_biggrin:

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If it is outside of the ‘normal’ cruising area for the Broads, that’s not playing fair :default_wacko:! I jest, of course. It is a lovely setting wherever it is, I am looking forward to finding out the location. 

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I suspect Baryy has it! The reference to "pushing the boundaries" indicates the Waveney, it being the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

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Reminds me of the Thames, upstream from Pangbourne.

Or maybe the Marne, downstream from Chateau-Thierry. Looks too wide for a Broads river.

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2 hours ago, Vaughan said:

Reminds me of the Thames, upstream from Pangbourne.

Or maybe the Marne, downstream from Chateau-Thierry. Looks too wide for a Broads river.

It is indeed too wide for a broads river,this might not end well.:default_gbxhmm:...:default_biggrin:

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