|A willow curtain to obscure ones view. Margaret by the lock beam.|
|Top lock of Seend flight. Margaret, Dennis, Ian and Dave|
|Boat moored on the 24 hour waiting for another single boat.|
|Dennis and Margaret walking down the flight to meet us.|
|Another view of the Caen Flight|
|Oh 'eck it's the grass cutting crew!|
|Bit of a boat jam!|
|Crossing between the locks, Vixen crossed with the hire boat while I stayed in the lock.|
|Hire boat comes next to me.|
|While Heather goes in next to the private boater. Then it was my turn to cross with the private boat. Worked brilliantly!|
|Farewell to Margaret and Dennis. We all soooo appreciated the help.|
Time was now getting on and we would like to have moored in Devizes. A word with a volunteer lockie told us how busy the place was so we stopped by the Black Horse between lock 47 and 48. Tomorrow Ian and Dave have booked a trip round the brewery so we are hoping a couple of spaces will become available. May have to have a walk up into town in the morning to see.
Oh, and the question I asked yesterday about the strange box on the lock gates, well nesting boxes are now a good possibility as this one shows on one of the Seend locks.
And on route,
Looks like it's not just the birds at it.