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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Long Itchington to Napton Junction.

We are now moored Braunston side of Napton junction, locked up through Stockton locks with a nice couple, and we were in amongst the Lichfield Cruising Club, which meant we had plenty of help. We had to do Calcutt locks on our own as our companions stopped at the top of Stockton locks, but we had the last few boats of the cruising club behind us which helped. I turned right at Napton junction, but reversed back to the piling to moor up against, rather than chance there being no mooring space at Napton Bridge or the bottom of the locks. Moored up just in time as can be seen by the black cloud heading our way !

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Stockton Bottom lock, only 9 more to go.

 SAM_1122 Lichfield Cruising Club in front of us.

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Our lock companions for the Stockton flight.

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Willow Wren’s new training centre,much has changed since we last passed here in 2013.

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One for my family, our home town

 SAM_1129bSAM_1130 SAM_1131  Napton junction.

 

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Keith.

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