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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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Thursday, 20 June 2019

Days 101 and 102. Let's turn left.

Hello family, friends and followers.

Having left the festival, we cruised to Welford Junction, where we met up with Ruth and Richard, whilst they stopped for a Bacon and Egg sandwich.
They left us at the junction and carried on to Crick. We decided to head into Welford on Wednesday morning and spent the night there, before this morning heading off again.
We said "goodbye" to Welford at 12.15 pm for this year and set off in the sunshine, although there was a nip in the air. It maybe June, but it does not feel like it yet. At Welford Junction instead of going straight on to Foxton, we turned left and headed towards Crick.
The fields are beginning to change colour. This was a field of Wheat. It is amazing to think in not to many weeks the farmers will be harvesting. I am wondering just where this year has gone already, as we begin our journey homeward.
Approaching Crick we joined the back of a convoy.
We arrived in Crick at 4.25 pm and moored up. It has been four years since we have stopped here, but nothing has changed. Tomorrow we will be off again.

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