This morning we had a good look round the "Church by the Locks" - St. John the Baptist, very close to Hillmorton Locks.
We untied at 1230, winded and retraced our steps to Rugby. Here we paused long enough for me to nip to Tesco for some ice creams, two of which we handed over to Tony and Jenny as they passed by on Jenny B.
En route we passed a scene of activity. The pipes are blue, which usually denotes water, but they are huge. Is it for the new town of Houlton, being built on the aerial farm site, I wonder?
We continued on our journey, stopping at Ansty outside the Rose and Castle pub garden. There was a group of white geese; here's one of them.
We have decided to check out the post office at Fazeley for getting our postal votes forwarded to; we should reach there after our votes do.
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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