We left around 8 30ish. Only a few miles and a tunnel to do and had arranged with them at Tardebigge that our arrival would be between 9am and 10. What we hadnt built into the equation was how shallow that last section was and how much prop clearing was neccesary from leaves and branches that kept being attracted to it. The cutting up to the tunnel was scary. Those trees swayed alarmingly toward us and at one point a crack was heard. Nothing fell on us thank goodness but how releived were we to get into the tunnel, out the otherside and back into open countryside.
|Our noisy neighbours arrived at droves at 7. 30am|
|Glad to get away from these.|
|Sun Dance needed to be in that gap by the paint dock, facing with her bow to the entrance.|
|Heading for the gap and then told she needed turning round.|
2.5 miles, one tunnel.
Only one on route photo a rare sight on the canals,