Get your Narrowboating fix for today 😃
Two miles (ish), six locks and one Servicing. That’s quite enough for one day, thank you.
The “The Weather Forecast” is going through a Siberian phase at the moment. The usual catch-all forecasts of “yes, there will be weather” have changed to “yes, there will be weather and some of it may be ice, sleet, snow and blow”. So the Cardinal and I mooched on again, Justin Case. Off the end (or the beginning) of the Macclesfield Canal, over the Trent & Mersey canal – followed by a sharp left, then the obligatory row of moorings-in-a-silly-place, then the ninety-degree turn out of the junction – immediately followed by the first of the six locks of the day and then under the canal we started on. Aqueducts and underducts. The first lock is the first of the “twinnies”.
I had planned to catch ourselves on the moorings outside CaRT’s Red Bull…
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