We set off quite early this morning. As in before 0900. We got down the three Hillmorton Locks fairly quickly as there were boats coming up. We didn't stop until we got to Rugby, where we tied up on the towpath side. After a trip to Tesco and lunch on board we walked into town.
Somehow we'd not used the direct footpath before. This is a continuation of the path to Tesco and leads to an eye-catching bridge over the railway.
En route here we passed Warwick. No, not the town, but the boat.
When we got back from Rugby Paul from Waterway Routes came to say hello. He had tied up a couple of boats away and is on his way to the Wey.
We'll probably go to church in Brownsover in the morning.
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