Out of Dingly Dell Major, through the narrowest of narrows, into Dingly Dell Minor – once over Watling Street and twice under the M54 #narrowboat #England

Ian has been holding his breath as he travels through some parts of the canal – squeeeeak 😎

The Diesel-Electric Elephant Company.

Yesterday’s move put me into the mobile interwebnet black hole of Brewood (pronounced “Brood”, apparently). The moorings there are more Dingly Dell than is healthy, and being so low in a cutting lined with massive trees meant that I was enjoying a resurgence of Seasoned Grumpy Git Disorder before I’d even tied off the mooring ropes. I had to move today, there was more wind about than I would ordinarily like, but I had to move!

1P1150961 Yesterday’s moorings, at Brewood (“Brood”) – in a deep cutting populated with magnificent, tall, mature trees – and thus with no ambient light and damned near no interwebnet signal! More than one night there would have driven me nuts. That’s the Cardinal, sitting there and wondering why I am taking photographs instead of cruising onwards…

So. The Cardinal and I put just shy of eight miles on the clock today plus what has to…

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2 thoughts on “Out of Dingly Dell Major, through the narrowest of narrows, into Dingly Dell Minor – once over Watling Street and twice under the M54 #narrowboat #England

  1. I was seriously worried – one more slice of toast this morning before setting off and, while th eboat may have squeezed through, I would likely not have! I suppose that I should look upon this as training for the tunnel ahead, that will be just as narrow but will also have a roof over the top… yikes, now I am gibbering again. 😉

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