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Friday, August 27, 2010

Cosgrove to Yardley Gobion.

Hi Friends.

We left our Cosgrove overnight mooring at 9.05 am and headed up through Cosgrove Lock sharing with NB Free Spirit, we were both heading for the Sanitary Station. The actual block is being worked on at the moment, but you can still take on water and empty cassette's. The workmen have laid on facilities, whilst they work on the block. After a short cruise of 2.7 miles we found a mooring having only been on the move for 1 hr 15 minutes. We are now moored out in the countryside between Bridge 62 & 63, between Cosgrove and Yardley Gobion, where we will probably stay for the Bank Holiday weekend.


James B. said...

This is a really cool post and an awesome blog!

I recommend, I love it!

jennyfreckles said...

Hello - I just tried clicking that 'next blog' button at the top and (at least today) you're the next blog to mine. Which is fun, as I am rather keen on narrowboats. I live in Saltaire beside the Leeds-Liverpool Canal so we get lots of boats through here and I often photograph them.

Keith Lodge said...

Hi jennyfreckles. Welcome onboard. We came up the Leeds and Liverpool Canal a few years ago and really loved it. There is some beautiful countryside up there. Jo