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The Stock Pond 1. below Kenwood House and Cohen Fields and above the Women’s Pond, Hampstead Heath, London (Photo by Nick Holt)
From Banbury John the Carpenter texts reassuringly messages about the progress being made on the ‘bed boxes’ despite the complex double curves of the boat and assures there’s progress on improving the boats controls too… Down here in London though, despite it having been another bright, hot day… we weren’t able to get close to going to the boat, just too much kid-related stuff going on…

From buses to tube trains, from parks to gardens the day was filled with bustling activity, and domestic chores hemmed in between. There’s so little time for a family and a boat! So, after tea the call went up, ‘let’s find a bit of water!’. We headed up the hill to Hampstead Heath. Claire had wanted to show Mol where the Women’s Swimming Pond is. Molly’s now both old enough, and a capable enough swimmer to be inducted into the delights of a wild swim in the pond. It was a time too, to photograph the secret ‘Stock Pond’ and for an hour to draw breath!
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The Stock Pond 2. below Kenwood House and Cohen Fields and above the Women’s Pond, Hampstead Heath, London (Photo by Nick Holt)
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