Marmalade on toast for breakfast, and we set off for Wheaton Aston. We arrived at Turners and filled up with diesel, 477.2 litres which came to £371.50, an impressive 77.8p a litre. Especially so as he was expecting a new delivery today and it was going up another 1p a litre, good timing for us then. I reversed back to the winding hole and turned, then pulled into the sanitary station, for topping up water and disposing. We then carried on, in what turned out to be a very sunny and warm day, not the rain we desperately need. All 5 locks from Gailey down to Penkridge were against us, consequently we arrived at the Cross Keys as daylight was failing at 6:10pm. Yet another long (for us) but rewarding day.