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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Apsley to Cassiobury Park

5.3  miles, 11 locks, 3hrs 35mins.

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Cassiobury Park

A wet start which persisted through most of the journey, on & off.

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The Paper Mill public house, Apsley, in the rain.

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BT Westside in the rain, did some work here once.

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Nash Mills have now disappeared and this new estate is taking shape in the rain.

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Langley Wides in the rain.

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Hunton Bridge Pair in the rain.

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First emerging daffodils in the rain at Lady Capel Lock.

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Cassiobury locks in the rain, as can be seen from the puddles on the towpath it has been raining a bit today. There was plenty of room to moor up below this, the bottom lock, in plenty of deep water. Paddy isn’t going to like the puddles this evening when I take him for his walk.

Last night we had a lovely time celebrating with family, and friends of my eldest sister and her husband, their Golden Wedding anniversary with a grand party held at their youngest son’s school in Apsley, where he is caretaker, which is rather handy see we were moored in Apsley.

Keith.

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