We set off to a clear blue sky, the early sunlight is fantastic on the countryside.
|Early morning fisherman|
|Early sunlight on bridge|
We reach the outskirts of Milton Keynes by 11am the weather by now very cloudy and looking like rain.
|Swing bridge in middle of lock at Fenny Stratford|
|Yet another heron|
|The Moose Drool - A nice boat|
|Autumn leaves and light in Milton Keynes|
|The Black Horse - Great Linford|
|A Robot Sculpture|
|Old Stratford Junction|
|Cosgrove Aqueduct - Very wet and windy|
As we came to the Cosgrove Aqueduct the wind was very gusty the man on the rights umbrella has blown inside out
|View from Aqueduct|
|Another nice weir|
|Glyn and Marilyn|
|Me with glass of savignon blanc|
|Marilyn drinking tea|
|Another pretty weir|
|House by canal in evening sunlight|
|Stoke Bruene Lock 13 - our mooring for evening|
|After the pub.|
We met up with Glyn's family, Jamie, Sophie, Angie and Marcia, also our friends Sue and Gill came along too, the meal was nice, then we went back to the boat for a drink with Sue and Gill.
A satisfying day as we had caught back up with our itinerary, we now have two relaxing 6 hour days ahead. Through our home villages of Bugbrooke and Heyford tomorrow, with lunch at the wharf about 12.30.