We’ve been here a few days and it’s time to move on. Were going to pull in at Rugby again for a few days – but first, its a long way to go to get there!
It’s currently a fair day for moving, but the report states there could be rain.. we will see.. and rain in did.. just a little 😉
Now.. I know I hate putting in pins when there are no rings or armco to chain up to.. but seriously.. wrap a rope around the nearest plant and hope it holds.. not exactly what I call a secure mooring..
And the banking doesn’t look to secure either!
And of course.. if you have a garden that backs onto the canal – but you don’t want to moor bank-side on – why not make your own little marina!Through past Rose Narrowboats once more – with more rain! And down past what is marked on the map as an “unstable Cutting”.. yea.. just a bit!
And those big orange drums that were marking fallen tree’s on the other side have gone.. Oh.. There they are – in a CRT work boat now they are no longer needed!
The 14 day moorings here are always full – not sure why, there are no shops or anything near by – that I know of..
Through past Hungerfield – I presume they have permission to be moored by that bridge (in the distance), as that boat never moves – every time through here its there..
On approach to Brinklow Marina, and CRT have been busy – the banks have finally been cut back – and I have a coffee delivery inbound!
And onto the mooring in Rugby. Trevor has long gone after getting his solar panels fitted – and the space he was using is there – so that will do us nicely.