We left at about 8:30. It’s usually around 3 hours from Kinver to our home mooring and we wanted to be away home soon after twelve. However things didnt work out quite the way we had planned. When we got to the first lock, Whittington lock, we were third in a queue to go down.
Up just after seven ready for an earlyish departure. We had told Angela & Mike on Levick that we would be away by 8:30 as they also wanted to be gone by then. We were now moored outside of them after the various boat manouverings following the pumpout & diesel servicing on Sunday afternoon. In
We arrived here on Friday morning. Andrew the harbourmaster had spent hours over his intricate mooring plan, which was throw into confusion by the lack of water. Because the levels were really low the deep draughted boats couldn’t moor up close to the side, so they were re-arranged to be on the outside. Also some
A rather frustrating day today with much queueing, but with lots of opportunity to chat with other boaters. The day started off OK with good weather so we made an earlyish start at seven thirty. All was going well until just after the Bratch. The queues were begining to build up at each lock. We
We are on our way to the Cutweb GIG at Stafford Boat Club. We need to be there by Lunchtime on Friday. That gives us three days, which should be OK. Arrived in Kidderminster about one o’clock, but by the time we had loaded everything up, chugged round to Sainsbury’s and done the week’s shopping