A fairly bright but windy morning as we set off about 9.30 Most of the boats we met all seemed to be on bends or in bridge holes. One we met between a bridge and a bend looked behind him just before we passed, what he failed to do was to tell me there was about behind him that I met right on the bend as I slid back to the middle of the channel after passing him. If you read this, thank you. The wind didn't give to much of a problem and it stayed dry. At the Welford Arm we turned right and headed into Welford, luckily there was a gap on the visitor mooring quite close to the end which was about 6 feet longer than us so we have tucked in there at about 1 30 pm for the night. The mooring rings are slightly unusual here as they are set in the face of the bank piling about 6" below the bank level.
Tonight we are going to watch Mikron Theatre in the pub, tomorrow they are at Foxton and then Hillmorton and Napton.