Monthly Archives: March 2014

Now in Warwick

Its been a busy few days.  We did the Wast Hill Tunnel, the  second longest on the system and its two way.  Fortunately we met no-one going through, and the boat we were following set a pretty good pace.   … Continue reading

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Alvechurch

The plan today was to get through the three tunnels on the way to Kings Norton and moor around there for the night.  We entered the first tunnel in bright sun light and came out the other side to be … Continue reading

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The Tardebigge Flight

Thirty locks, the longest flight in the system.   We started at 8:30am and finished at 12:30.  No problems, steady going, good weather.   Clear & cool but dry.   We followed 2 boats up, and met 2 boats going … Continue reading

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Moving again – finally.

Its been a wild couple of months in the marina. The noise the pontoon makes in the wind is awful, and the boat rocks constantly.  The River Severn broke its banks, the flood waters actually rose high enough to cover … Continue reading

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