Last Monday we explored by foot the land to the east of where we had been moored at Cotmanhay on the Erewash Canal. The unmissable edifice striding over the River Erewash and its flood plain is the Bennerley railway viaduct, now devoid of rails and ending almost in mid-air.
A little more walking brought us to the start (end?) of a watered section of the Nottingham Canal which used to run from Nottingham to the Great Northern Basin at Langley Mill where it joined the Cromford Canal and Erewash Canal.
As we walked past this fisherman we saw him land a large fish (well, it looked large to us non-anglers!)
More on the bed - The task for today was to make a start cutting the Jarrah for the exterior cladding on the bed. This timber is EXPENSIVE and I’m trying to take my time ...
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