Sunday, 27 October 2013

Summery of our last trip

We set off on Sunday 13 October and returned to our moorings on the 27 October, in that time we clocked 68 engine hours and covered just over 150 miles. We passed through 85 locks going as far up the Thames as the junction with the River Coln. On our outward journey we went via Dukes Cut and on our return was via Isis Lock and Oxford. The shortest distance between two overnight moorings was at Thrupp which was about 100 meters,  but we moved between them by going via Shipton Weir Lock and back again. We met lots of old friends and a few new ones.

1 comment:

Ann Street said...

As always, Brian, I enjoy reading your blog. You make it all so interesting with your observations of the canal and its surrounds,