Once filled we proceeded along and as we left Nantwich it started to rain, and we were hit by a heavy squally shower and as we approached the Hurleston Junction we decided enough was enough and moored up and soon after the rain stopped! 😠
So we had lunch while we were here, just a bread roll and a coffee but we won't need feeding again until July!
We passed the Barbridge Inn 😟 and headed toward the junction where we turned right onto the Middlewich Branch, through the only lock of the day, Cholmondeston Lock, and moored up in open countryside, 360 degree views.
By the way the water point that was there is no longer, it has been removed because apparently it is too expensive to repair/replace. (What's that smell?).
|It's chilly, smoke on.|
I just had to add these, they're one of the most spectacular phenomenon to be seen here in England.