After breakfast, we made our way through Weeden and onto Bugbrook with no locks for nine miles, (that's two days for us). It gave us the chance to get some washing done and let Derwent6 just idle it's way in this tranquil world to our next mooring spot. The sun kept showing on and off all day, so when we saw a big bit of blue sky we pulled over and just sat in the cratch for the best part of the afternoon with Al reading her book while Del strummed the guitar. We did go and pick some more blackberries as there were loads right next to where we were moored.On reading Canal Boat magazine this month we were surprised to see a picture of Derwent6 in the Croperdy section, so we are famous at last. It started to get chilly at around 4.30pm, so Al lit the fire again, it was nice last night as it just took the chill off the boat. The wood we got must still be a bit damp because the chimney is smoking well, but the smell is loveeeeeleeeey.
Football tonight so set up up the dish and got out the lager and crisps.....Rock on!