Sounds like nowhere at all doesn't it?
We had arrived at the boat in the evening. We went to the Grand Junction Arms and found that they do not cook on Sunday evenings so supper was dry roasted peanuts, cashews and hand cooked crisps accompanied by Local Ale. We retired to bed early and decided to get up early.
HIPPY PAPY BTHUTH BTHUTH BTHUTHDY
In the morning it was raining! But with only the morning available to move to the next place before lunch with friends 45 miles away we had to do it. All except one of the five locks we worked were against us and one had a bottom gate left open as well.
On exiting Lock 40 we noticed a mooring space which is conveniently near the CRT Startop car park where we had left the car the night before (Pay and Display £3.00 for 24 hours). SO we pulled in and started to hammer home the mooring pins. Then I noticed the sign on the bank asking us not to moor there (between Lock 39 and Lock 40) for a Beginners Event by Tring Anglers.
Wet to the skin and running out of morning we were not going to move to the next 14 day mooring, about half a mile and two locks further on.
So there we are.
1 mile, 5 locks, 2 very wet hours
The sun showed up but the people didn't
15 hours ago