One of the reasons for our speedy retreat from the waters of the Environment Agency was to be back in CRT land before our EA visitor licence ran out. Another reason was to be back in time to look after our first grandchild while Ally and Ben went off to hospital to have our second one. We left St Neots on Tuesday last week, arriving in Wolverton on Wednesday eight days later. We drove straight to Ally and Ben's house in Cranfield in case we were needed that night; we weren't, but have been staying there to be on hand.
Last night - in the middle of the night - Ally decided it was time, so she and Ben went to MK Hospital. Today, while waiting for news, we did jobs in their house and went to the boat for lunch (actually eating at The Galleon). Josiah had fun feeding the ducks (with oats).
Diesel Drip Pot - The Ruston & Hornsby 2YWM in Albert has a Mico (Bosch India) direct injection system that utilises a pair of jerk pumps driven from the crankshaft. The two...
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