We slipped past Nb. Ellen at just after 8am a bit early to start shouting greetings so we refrained and left John, Angela and Lola to their slumbers.
Sutton WharfI arrived with the dogs at Sutton Wharf ahead of Joe and Yarwood, crossing the bridge to the off-side services, which includes a café and car park for the Bosworth Battlefield site, I located the water points and awaited Himself.
Away up the Ashby
This intriguing vessel is Pelican and I think she was an icebreaker?
That looks to me like an icebreaker stem?
I am right or am I 'meringue'? (Glasgow speak)
How lovely is that? How lucky are we?
At Market Bosworth we moored up and had our 'skinny day' lunch, stuffed mushrooms - the last of the buggers thank goodness. After a quiet night here on the visitor moorings the construction traffic over the hedge has started up again. We need to move on away from the noise but before moving I cycled UP THE HILL into Market Bosworth, 3/4 mile away, and got some essentials then I whizzed back down the hill free-wheeling most of the way - the old girl didn't know she had it in her...
We are now getting laundry completely up to date and bodies showered ( I am eyeing a certain Floyd and Fletcher as I type but they say that the canal water suits them just fine thank you..) and once done we will be away towards Shackerstone.