A Lazy Day

It’s been a very lazy day and Alan hasn’t left the boat. I walked as far as the shops and back. We both felt in need of a rest and we will have a long day with a lot of locks tomorrow. At the moment I am watching the tennis, with Nadal, at this point, looking as if he will win again. Alan has divided his day between his two current top passions, the radio and the recorder.

Chris and Sheila turned this morning and headed back towards Nantwich, Chris managing a splendid first wind. They hope to make Beeston before returning to the Llangollen having decided that a frantic rush to cover as much ground as possible is not for them.

Another farewell

Statistics so far:-

2773.43 Miles, 1727 Locks, 177 Swing Bridges, 97 Lift Bridges, 50 Tunnels


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