|Early morning mist at Wadenhoe Lock.|
We made passage through ten locks today, and there was low water along the stretch between Titchmarsh and Islip Locks, apparently an automatic weir had acted on a malfunction and lowered letting thousands of gallons of water out of the pound overnight. Some boats tied up at moorings had a bit of a list on.
|Big locks here.|
|This is the biggest - Irthlingborough Lock|
Our stop for the night comes shortly after this lock.
I tried to get our new satellite system working again today but it seems to be configured for the foreign market as reception from the Astra 2 satellite is not possible. So its back to the old piece of welding rod bent into a circle. It works.
I'm going to watch the rest of the Star Trek film - more tomorrow.