Monday, 11 June 2007

Sunday lay in.

Still moored above Greenham lock.
366 locks, 509½ miles, 16 Tunnels, 8 swing bridges and 9 lift bridges since Nov 2006

As we had a long day yesterday we were in no hurry to get up this morning even though we had been woken at 4am by some drunken revellers singing their heads off walking along the towpath.
I eventually got around to finishing off a few odd jobs and then went for a walk into town to have a look around. It has been such a glorious day and everybody was out making the most of the sunshine.

Newbury 24 hour moorings in the town centre

This afternoon we got a surprise email from the USA requesting permission to use Dots picture of the farrier shoeing a horse at the Trooping the Colour (published in yesterday's blog). They even supplied links to their blog and publication and The publisher thought the picture would be quite humorous to her readers.
It’s amazing who is reading our blog and the reasons why.

The Corn Exchange building in Newbury Market Place.

We are having one more layover day tomorrow before we get moving again on Tuesday.

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