Ian, after a good nights sleep, woke me at 6.30am to say it was time we were under way. At the moment the Olympics are all important to both of us so it made sense to travel early morning and moor after a couple of hours. On the approach to Shadehouse lock we passed Nb Like Ducks to Water. Its a shame Jacquie and Stein were still in bed. I would have loved to say Hello. Fradley was so quiet. None of the usual holdups at the locks. We sailed onto the waterpoint by 8 am just as another boat left. The tap at the facilities is oh so slow which in the end benefited us as 2 boats pulled off the 48 hour moorings which allowed us to moor here instead of Alrewas.
|Middle lock looking toward the junction.|
|Another Health and Safety issue!|
|Junction lock at the junction of T&M and Coventry|
|1 pm and still the only boat moored. I don't think I have ever seen Fradley so quiet.|