Here's a post I prepared earlier. Yesterday, in fact. Although I'm writing it today, about today's events, if that's clear. (Just in case we don't get a signal tomorrow.)
Yesterday (Wed 28th July) we left our mooring above Willeymoor Lock and did another fairly long day, tying up at St. Martin's Moor above New Marton Locks. 0730 to 1935 makes it a smidgen over a twelve hour cruise.
tied up at St. Martin's Moor
That's all for now - low battery.
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