So I woke up and I realised why should I get up now, so I just lay there on my phone, then sat up and was just flicking through Facebook, when I suddenly had Keith standing next to our bunk looking down at me saying “just so you know you’re going to be driving today” and I was like “huh how about that ok” so then he went to the toilet and I still just sat there but instead I was on my DS, finishing something on a game that I had started doing the other day. Then I just had a good old bowl of coco pops rocks and when Celeste and Mum had woken up Celeste decided to start a fight about who gets to where MY yes MY trousers but obviously I won but after that we set of with me driving.
The First lock was alright with only Keith prepping it, The Second lock I had Celeste and Keith doing the lock and that was alright not much excitement in any of them, Third lock again same as the second.
After the Fourth lock we were traveling and there was a hawk above us, but before the Fifth lock we stopped for lunch and after that we walked up to a boat base where they have pump out to do yourself, water and bins. We realised it was all closed up but we had walked past this man that lives on a work boat so we asked if there was any way of buying pump out cards (which you put in to a do yourself pump out) he told us that they sold them in a nice little bakery which we started to walk up to through a nice little old village they also had some AWSOME yum yums .
Sixth lock, Seventh lock, Eighth lock but right before the Ninth lock there was a nice little pig pen next to the canal, which I got a better look at while walking to the lock, because mum was piloting the boat into the lock.
So while I looked at the pigs Dixie was behind me so we walked to the lock while I was putting the paddle down when she was suddenly gone, I looked over the bridge but couldn’t se her suddenly I see here out of the corner of my eye and she was in the bloody pig pen and of course I screamed her name and she just comes trotting over to me, after this we did the lock and moored up and that’s it.