We hadn't intended moving on today as heavy rain was forecast all day, but it seemed they were wrong. At about 11am the rain stopped and it brightened up, so off we went just as Solitude was passing. We shared our one and only lock with her again today and continued onto Christleton, passing by a long stretch of about a mile and a half of moored boats.
|The gates at Whartons lock also need weeding|
|Loads of deer here|
|Floating reed island, thought I was going to need the pole but luckily it moved out of the way|
|Tiny Moorhen chicks|
A quick walk around the village where there is a little shop so called in for some much needed bread and eggs.
|Loads of rabbits on the rugby pitch|
It was back to LJ and the fire was lit as it was feeling quite chilly, not long after the rain returned again.
|Moored just before the 48 hour moorings the The Cheshire Cat (they were full)|
8.5 miles and 1 lock
Total 201.25 miles and 127 locks