Today’s post was prompted by a comment posted HERE by John Richardson who writes the wonderful Two Terriers blog. John has recently published a book of delightful drawings and observations on the characterful Jack Russell.

So here’s a few photos, mainly of the charismatic Patch aboard Eileen.

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An initially nervous Patch takes charge of Eileen for the first time, this was last year when he helped deliver Eileen from Great Haywood to Braunston.
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Vi & Patch taking stock, before leaving Great Haywood Marina
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“Now who put that saucepan covered chimney there???”
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Under way. Jim at the helm, Patch on watch.
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Patch “Captain of all he surveys…”
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“Thirsty work this boating, time for a cuppa…”
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“Oi! I’m in charge here!”
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Ah, and this is Patch’s predecessor Brandy caught on camera at the 2006 Braunston Boat Rally
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And Patch as a pup the same year…
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Braunston 2011, and Patch is guarding the entrance to Vi’s boat…
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