From Stourport we managed to get as far as Dunsley Hall just short of Dunsley Tunnel. Found a quiet little spot where you can listen to nature in all her glory.
In between we passed through some really picturesque villages and countryside and even Kidderminster is good.
Debdale Lock is a bit unusual in that it has a hole cut in the rock and inside there is an empty room hewn out of the sandstone.
Speeding on (metaphorically speaking), we cruise through Cookley and Kinver, both pleasantly rural before reaching our destination.
The following morning greats us with a lovely dawn chorus, but during the night we were woken by an owl screeching loudly very close to the boat - spooky. We could hear some splashing going on and in the bushes close to the waterline the occasional tail and find would break the surface.
|It's a lovely morning.|
I've taken quite a few photos today and as a picture paints a thousand words, I'll let them tell the story.
Wait and see tomorrow.