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Friday 24th June 2016

We are moored on a grass bank just above Bank Newton top lock. We haven't travelled very far this week mainly due to the closure of lock 46 at Barrowford. This re-opened on Wednesday.

We have booked our passage through Standedge Tunnel for 25 July. We have been sent the naviagation notes. There are several important items icluding the meaximum dimensions, being able to climb a 2 meter vertical ladder and to walk 2 kilometers. We have yet to do the measuring required including width at roof level.

Please look at our cruising plan to find out more. If you would like to meet/visit please contact us. To find out how use the 'Contact Us' link on the menu bar above.

We have been asked to provide pictures of our cruising for the 'Link' meeting at Boyn Hill Baptist Church. A page has been added for this purpose which you may find of interest There will be a new set of pictures for each time a meeting takes place. I am adding the pictures as we progress.

We are cruising this year from mid April to October. We are doing so while Matt, Ann and family live in our home while their's is having extensive building work.

Look under the 'What's New' link on the menubar above to see the changes that have been carried out since last cruising season.

You may be intereste to look at the information pages associated with the waterway slide shows. So far 7 of these have been completed.

If you are new to this site a good place to start is the 'Intro' link on the menu bar. There are introductory pages which, hopefully, will give you an appreciation of the contents. Regular visitors may find something new as well!

We can be contacted by or by phone on mobile phone07796 690137 or mobile phone07816 435356 and also when not cruising on home phone 01628 290248.

If you have any observations, good or bad, about our web site we would as always be most grateful to receive these.
Did you meet us on the 'cut'? Use this link to see the photo. Most recent addition is Dax with Kayden in Bradley on the Wednesbury Oak Loop.
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