Dangerous waters these.......rabbit eating crocodiles abound.
Once again we've not managed to share any of the locks with another boat but they're nice and gentle and the paddles are fairly easy to wind so it hasn't been too bad. We were following a wide beam boat which meant that we had to re-fill each lock before we could go down and we only crossed with boats at one lock to ease the work.
Denham Deep Lock is just that......look at the size of that cill!
Only another 2 locks to go, 89 locks and almost 89 miles from Braunston
The long lines of moored boats continue to be interesting. At first I thought this was a weed cutter but it's powered by the wheel!
The static house boats aren't all old either, this one is brand new and being fitted out.
This cute little one has delusions of grandeur as it's called Titanic
But this is the one that interested me most. It's almost exactly what we're looking for with a view to moving to Europe so if anyone knows of anything similar for sale please let me know.
We called it a day when we got to Bull's Bridge and moored on the 24 hour moorings outside Tesco just past the water point. We hadn't been back from Tesco for very long when we were rammed up the stern by a
Tomorrow we're going to continue into London proper. It's our first time by boat and we've only been a couple of times before as tourists so if you have any suggestions of places to go and things to see please get in touch.
Bye for now