The day was cold & windy. We set off down the Tibberton locks. This was the first time we had done locks with JH! Not long after we had started off it began to rain, so by the time we got to Worcester we were wet & cold. Whilst Lins & I topped up the
Daughter Nikki & son-in-law Paul came to see us. We reversed back to the winding hole and turned so that the other side was against the towpath. An hour or so with the wet & dry and a few minutes with the paint roller and both sides were now ‘nameless’.
She still had the name ‘Leah’ on the side and the previous owners name. We were keen to remove this as soon as we could, but a little nervous in case we made a mess of it. Friends Jan & Mike drove up to see us and while Mike and I went back to Hanbury
It was a cold frosty morning when we awoke. The plan was to move JH the 5 miles or so down the canal to Tibberton. That had been her permanent mooring. I had previously spoken to someone at BW who said that we couldn’t transfer the mooring, but we could stay there for month or
We loaded up the car with all the stuff we had bought and headed up the M5. It was dark when we arrived at Hanbury Wharf, so unloading from the pub car park was a bit tricky. We didnt know if there was any water in the tank so I pushed her over to the