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... out of the lock and I checked the weed hatch. Sure enough, there was a plastic bag around the prop. A couple of minutes later it was sorted and we were on our way again.
We stopped for lunch and as we started off afterwards for the next lock, the engine tone changed and we lost power. A sure sign of the prop fouling again. This time, it was a plastic bottle and a jumper with a metal zip in it and the jumper was wrapped very tightly round the prop. ...
2 days to go!
Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... a bad person.
It's STILL such a lovely day.
Saturday 6th - Kegworth
Yesterday we parted company with Alan and Judy. They are spending the weekend at a boat club they used to belong to and will be turning around and going back up the Soar. We moved a little way further downstream to Zouch. Today was VERY windy and we travelled just a short way through one lock and have stopped at Kegworth. We plan to go to St Andrews ...
... Saturday morning came round very quickly. Our other dear friends Helen and Roy had very kindly offered and prepared a super picnic lunch for the day at the Sevens. It started at 11.30 and it was good to stroll down to the famous Greenyards to be part of this special day. Melrose is a town of about 2,500 people but over this weekend the town swells to 12,000 with visitors from all over the U.K. Melrose is the home of the Rugby Sevens having been invented by a local butcher Ned ...
men carrying reindeer antlers!!!! I think you would have to see it to
understand it. Rosie mentioned that the antlers were kept in the church so we
went to have a look. Some of the pictures in the church were quite odd and we
found out that the antlers dated back to 1065. Lunch was good and it was
tempting to explore the village further but I still had the last leg of today
to walk. Again I was walking along the Staffs Way by ...