We carried on down the Lapworth flight this morning and had the luxury of a volunteer lockie for most of it. Lock 20 was the last narrow lock we'll be doing for six months; it's all wide locks from now on.
We stopped for lunch at the top of Hatton Locks and then ... as it was perfect locking weather we decided we might as well knock them off as well.
Many of the balance beams have been fitted with "Danger of falling" signs.
Rather nanny state-ish. What's next? Trip hazard signs by the raised bricks you push against to move the beams?
After an abortive visit to the Saltisford Arm looking for a mooring - no-one offered a breasted-up mooring although lots of people were in, and the winding hole was obstructed by a boat with a bicycle on the back making things very difficult (we reversed all the way out in the end) - we tied up near the Cape of Good Hope and went to the Warwick Spice for a curry.
This was on Ian's recommendation from yesterday and was good.