There is a Google Map showing the location of all our stops
Firstly we visited the town again for a look round the church. It has been built over several decades with latter additions supporting some of the earlier work.
After lunch we were off, but not before we saw this useful piece of kit come by. It has twin props on a hydraulic drive that can be lifted out of the water and stored on top of the sponsons. It is also fitted with twin crawler tracks which enables it to move where there is no or little water. For dredging in deep water it has hydraulic legs at the rear, it only just lowered these in time to pass under the bridge. The one we saw was pushing what can only be described as a floating skip.
We set off again, still heading downstream to moor at Saint Martins. From here Ian would take us to see the standing stones at Monteneuf but first he had to unload his faithful bike and ride to Rohan to collect the car. Once back with the car we were off to Monteneuf. It seems these stones are quite a recent discovery following a forest fire