Thursday, 6 April 2017

Wednesday 5th April – Pump Out Talk Again

This morning we left the marina in lovely calm weather with the daffodils at the exit still in fine bloom and the swan sitting on her eggs.
We motored on through All Oaks Wood and passed under the recently renovated Easenhall Bridge with its luxury Bat Boxes on both sides.

We continued on to Hawksbury Junction where we stopped for lunch. Perhaps, because the winter moorers had recently left, there was only one boat moored on our side and very few on the other side of the junction. In the lovely afternoon sunshine motored on towards Nuneaton passing the iconic Engine House

The garden figures at Charity Dock seem to be expanding with even a lady in some Stocks overlooking this hulk.

All seemed fine until I went down with violent stomach pains and had to spend the rest of the trip on or close to the loo. June had to take the helm as we passed the recently tilled allotments ready for spring planting and we decided to moor up just through Nuneaton in order for me to continue to fill the tank. I suspect we will need to have a pump out in the very near future as it continued on through the night

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