Leaving our mooring at Burton Hastings
I gave a wave to Fred and Lisa, fellow bloggers on NB Chyandour, who were moored just around the corner from our overnight mooring.
The dogs and I are standing on the turn-over bridge at Marston Junction, the junction of the Ashby and the Coventry canals, watching Joe bring Yarwood along the final few yards of the Ashby Canal
Floyd, not posing
Waiting for their Dad. They can hear the engine of the boat beneath the bridge
That's it, Yarwood back on the Coventry canal
Passing working boat Calisto...I think in a new livery?
Yarwood and Calisto pass each other...Lovely shaped stern on Calisto
Butty, Olive in London, Midland Scottish (LMS) livery
We moored on the seven day moorings at Hawkesbury Junction, something that is now possible to do because the long term 'overstayers' have been persuaded to move off by an Enforcement Officer that does his job, well done Glyn. Once moored we took the accumulated rubbish down to the service point at the Greyhound and went for a pint...rude not to really.
Joe at the bar, dogs under the table and lunch on its way, how civilised.
Well they were under the table, but then the pork scratchings arrived...
The Greyhound Hawkesbury Junction