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Hi I am Jo…wife, lover, best friend and soulmate to Keith. Lover of all things to do with nature and the canals. I am passionate about the Waterways and its history.


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Sunday, 24 June 2018

Day 91: Goodbye Gloucester.

Hi Friends and Followers.

We had a wonderful final time in Gloucester. We did a spot of shopping, before going to Aroma, Indian Restaurant for lunch. If you are ever in Gloucester and love Indian food, then do go there. The food was very scrummy.
This morning the view from the engine room was blue sky and sunshine, with the heat already rising. Paddy got his walk in the relative cool, before we got the boat ready to leave the docks at 8 am.
We entered the lock and waved goodbye to such a wonderful city, which we will most certainly visit again.
Lock gates opened and we headed off up river. With a hope of mooring at Lower Lode.
No room at the Inn, so we carried on up through Upper Lode Lock.
The lock keeper rang the Avon Lock keeper to ask if she had any moorings for us, which she did, so we made our way to the mouth of the River Avon and Avon Lock.
We will be heading up onto the Avon in a couple of days and head for Stratford.

Pop back soon xxx

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