It was Good Friday when we left Nantwich and very busy it was too, we were guessing due to the Jazz Festival in the town over the Easter weekend. On leaving we felt as though we were part of a boat parade, we were in a long line of boats going through the moorings. We were soon passed the moored boats and the parade started to separate a bit. It wasn't long before we came to the first junction, Hurleston, with the Llangollen canal off to the left, we carried on ahead and will come back this way after the Easter break when hopefully it will be a little quieter.
|Passing the Llangollen Canal at Hurleston Junction, we will be back|
Next up was Barbridge Junction with the Middlewich Branch, we'll be heading right here after stopping at the elusive water point to top up.
|LJ at the water point|
|We'll be heading up here, the Middlewich branch of the Shropshire Union|
|Passing by this herd of cows|
|The grey and white one was being very vocal|
|And over the River Weaver|
|Moored up for Easter|
|James made friends with the locals|
7 miles and 2 locks
Total 89.7 miles and 77 locks