We set out at 1, after worship with Braunston Parish Church, fondly named the Cathedral of the canal system. Braunston is thought by many to be the centre of the canal network where the Oxford Canal and the Grand Union intersect and share a few miles.
The day was windy, but warm (!), up to 16c. Feels almost like summer. What a fabulous change. Arriving back in our mooring just a few scant hours later, it was a pleasure to see our miniature violets blooming all over our bank.
We expect to be home-home for a few weeks, then set out again through Pete's work network.