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Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Out of Worcester

Quiet mooring last night at Diglis Basin, had a walk round the Cathedral and River area last night, then left Worcester today around 11am after a quick look at the Commandery Museum.
Nothing special about the Worcester and Birmingham leaving Worcester, quite a few locks to climb out through the tree lined industrial areas. finally becoming rural after the  10th lock near the Rugby club.
Locking up past the Commandery.

Toni making new friends.

The sun finally appeared around Tibberton locks, it had been quite chilly and overcast up to that point. There was very little boat traffic about today, I think 3 where passed in total.
Passing in one of the Tibberton pounds.

We cruised slowly on past the pretty hamlet of Oddingley to moor at Dunhampstead.

Mooring at Dunhampstead.

Nice mooring spot at Dunhampstead, went to the the Firs for dinner and a few pints. Spot on.
Actually spotted a fellow narrowboat blogger at Dunhampstead, he passed us whilst we where moored,, at more than tickover  speed I have to say, he winded and came past again. NB http://nbnorthernpride.blogspot.co.uk/

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