We ascended the Napton Flight which was very low in water, we were aground in one of the pounds and Sue had to let a lock full down so we could get going again. When we reached the top lock a C&RT volunteer lock keeper was on hand to help.
We are now moored at what is becoming one of our favourite mooring spots in between bridges 129-130. I gave the roof a good wash, had to use the scraper on some of the bird poo, not sure what the little feathery bundles eat but it sets like concrete. Sue has baked us a lovely Coconut cake and a loaf.
I left Sue watching Murray get through to the next round at Wimbledon and cycled down to The Wharf at Fenny Compton. I was so hot I had a glass of cold larger and sat in the garden and watched the people and boats for an hour.
Birds of Prey not sure which, maybe Kestrel's or Red Kites