Now then I thought I might keep a couple of people entertained by a little picture quiz of my own, so I've been looking back at photos from late March in some previous years. See if you can identify any of the places. (The honour goes to whoever comes second because it's a given that Adam will get there first.)
1. From March 2019 - a pier we strolled along just a few miles from where you could board a narrowboat and move towards the canal system.
2. From March 2014. Here's Herbie with Rick at the helm passing through a lock we like.
3. Also from March 2014 but some days further on, see if you can work out where this is.
4. Lastly and most mysteriously from March 2015, where the hell is this? I'm blowed if I know. From the data I can see I took this photo with my phone, but I can't for the life of me think where I was, and neither can I recognise the building. Help me out somebody please.
Still looking for entertainment to cheer you up? Well you could do a lot worse than tune into YouTube at 7pm on Thursdays when the National Thetatre are giving free showings of some of their best productions starting next Thursday with "One Man Two Governors" which I have never seen but all the reviews say is brilliant. Later in the series they have Twelfth Night with Tamsin Grieg which I have seen twice and can't wait to see it again. If you don't think you like Shakespeare, give it a go because its genuinely very funny and rips along at a good pace. I think the Youtube broadcast will each be available free for a week after the appropriate Thursday. I'm hoping they'll get round to Benedict Cumberbatch doing Hamlet because that was a cracker.
Stay safe folks.