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Monday, 9 April 2018

Day 18: Bumble Hole.

Hello Friends and Followers.

Yesterday having stayed at Nelson's Wharf and enjoyed lunch at the Pie Factory, today was moving day.
It was a misty old start as we moved off from Nelson's Wharf and on to the winding hole, where we turned around and came back to where we had moored, but this time we carried on to The Black Country Living Museum.
We had intended going in, winding and then take on water etcetera, but the winding hole and water point had boats on them, so we decided to go shopping to Aldi and see if any boats had moved when we got back. Before heading off with our trolley's to Aldi, I put a Beef stew and Dumplings in the back cabin stove to cook, so lunch would be ready on our return. Shopping did not take us long and on our return to the boat the situation with boats moored in inconsiderate places was not much better, so we took the decision to reverse back out to the main junction and carried on to Bumble Hole.
On the way we met Ivor Chambers on Atlas and Malus at Sheepwash Junction
Moored for the rest of the day at Bumble Hole.

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