Viewed from the garage, Joe filling Yarwood's forward tank with diesel
Serviced and heading for Wheaton Aston lock
I spotted this on the wharf at Stretton bank, I suspect a Joey boat but I am sure someone will KNOW what it is.
Moored opposite the wharf was Tycho, a WJ Yarwood built Middle Northwich, "V" bottomed with round chines, Star class that was converted to an icebreaker in 1942.
Tycho's fore end with its 5 foot ice breaking appendage
The lovely Stretton Aqueduct crossing Watling Street (A5)
Yarwood crossing the Stretton Aqueduct
Brewood village viewed from the canal
Needing 'something for the weekend' i.e. a mooring with TV signal for the F1 Grand Prix, we moored up on the stretch between bridge 8 and bridge 7, getting out the shears to hack back the vegetation and as the sun was out in all her glory we got out the chairs and the kindles, changed trousers for shorts and
It was in this relaxed and sleepy condition that a couple of fellow bloggers found us...and tried to slip pass but we were having none of that we soon had Nb. Wandering Bark secured alongside Yarwood and a glass of wine in Andy and Helen's hands!
L-R Me, Helen and Andy
L-R Himself, Helen and Andy
Andy one of Andy's infamous 'selfies'