OK, so I couldn't think of a witty/snappy title for this post.
Last night we were woken by a thunderstorm at 0315. Perhaps that explains why I'm feeling tired now (or it just might be that my strength has been sapped by working Jubilee down 13 big GU locks in blistering heat, having had to turn all but one and going down on our own).
But back to this morning. Andy gave me a guided tour of Montgomery, aka The Jam Butty. It didn't take long. I saw his ingenious method for raising the floor to any of three other heights, done so as to enable trading at eye-level with customers. Andy explains on his blog. He has every justification to be proud of the recent addition to the WildSide preserves business.
At Wigram's Turn we turned right to stay on the GU. After the Calcutt Locks we called in on fellow BCFers Steve and Julie on their boat Heaven Sent.
Tomorrow should see us to Warwick, where I'm intending to call in on Jo and Keith on Hadar, and Sunday looks like Hatton Locks day. I wonder if it will rain ...
Moving on and meeting up at Bourne End - Cookham to Bourne End, River Thames, 1½ miles 0 locks Mum brought the family along yesterday evening but Meg was having none of it looking out of the back ...
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