|Couldnt moor on the piled edging through the gap as not enough room to allow the exiting boat to make the turn.|
After leaving and having made our way back to the Junction we turned R toward Foxton. Husband Bosworth tunnel loomed all to soon and boy was it foggy inside. A working boat had not long exited the south portal and the smoke and fumes were really bad. Ever so glad to come out the other end. As we left the tunnel we spied more wood. Another quick reverse for Ian to get off and have a look.
This time we were unlucky as Ian couldn't shift the huge log underneath the branches. Still you win some and you lose some. But at one of the bridges Ian saw logs lying on the towpath. This time he was able to get them so another couple of logs collected to stash on the roof.
|Waiting in the bridge ole|
|Logs on the left.|
Now moored before the top lock at Foxton ready for our descent tomorrow. Hope the weather tomorrow will be as good as today because its been right grand.