We saw loads of Kingfishers but still never managed to get a photo of one and also we saw loads of Buzzards. We had to get to the Frankton locks between 12 and 2.00pm as we had a booking for today. We got there at 1.30pm because of a few hold ups like you see in this photo. Everyone was having fun though.We made our way up Frankton Locks and then we said our goodbyes to the locky at the junction, and then turned downstream again to Ellesmere. We will definitely be back on the Monty in the future. The Police helicopter training centre is around here somewhere and we were being buzzed by them every 20 minutes or so. Yep! this is what happens to Tax payers money, we did give them a wave though. We arrived at the arm at 3.30pm and managed to slot Derwent6 into the only mooring space. We set up telly for the football and Al went into Tescos before we had dinner. After dinner, there was a 'knock knock' at the side hatch, and Elsie from nb Bendigedig was walking by. We had a nice chat before we head off in different directions for the winter.