Wednesday, 18 July 2012

First of all to any who viewed the video from last night's post, my apologies for the quality. I don't know why, but Blogger won't upload a better quality version, unlike Google+ which has taken it properly. If you're interested it is there, open for public viewing.
Last night we discovered that the mooring we chose was a bad one for being rocked around by passing boats, and there were a lot of them, right up until after dark. Many didn't bother slowing down and even those who did seemed to rock us badly. I don't know why it happened but it did.
Because of that we decided to move today even though it was raining, and the forecast wasn't too brilliant either. In constant drizzle we trudged along what should be a lovely part of the canal system, but the weather takes all the beauty out of it.
We're moored up near Waring's Green, about 3 miles from the top of Lapworth Locks. We'll probably wait for better weather before descending to Kingswood Junction.

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