As you leave the Bosley there is section of barrier which is 48 hours only, and as I have seen all the way along the Macclesfield there is lot of the bank that needs cutting down so without going any further down we decided to stop as there was a little group which is always nice to see. When we did stop everyone got talking is like a village everyone telling us about the canal and the locks or the weather mostly nice a light. 

Around there its the wind you notice the most even having come down into the valley from the locks, but a small fire soon keeps the cold away. So it was moving day once again, I always feel a little bit of disappointment when leaving a place like this, if I have left something unexplored, but unlike when me and Ezri were alone I know there is chance we will be coming back is way soon.

Dad takes his place at the front of Ezri and the head off, Ezri just gliding over the water and the sun beating down, I am getting to know when and if Ezri needs me to move her tiller, but today she needs no help in fact I was able to flim as we went under the railway arch which carries the main lines though Congleton heading to London. I wanted to try and also try and show how over grown some of the canal is in some places and how that I have to watch out for the odd bird using the plants as nesting.

I know that some people will look at how few miles, we have been doing and be upset, but the thing is that Ezri is all about exploring, In our first week a two days me and Ezri did a about 71 miles just geting to littlebrough and missed almost everything. But that for next weeks blog.

So, as always thank you reading and see you next week. 

Total Miles covered so far (Start point Bugsworth) =  32 miles 5 1/2 furlongs

Miles covered this trip =  1 miles  1/2 furlongs

Places been/Stopped- Bugsworth, Strines Road Narrows, Carr Swing Bridge, Bancroft Bridge No 8, Higher Poynton Winding Hole, Braddocks Bridge No. 19, Lane Head Winding Hole, Clark’ Change Bridge, Leadbeater’s Bridge No 40, Royal Oak Swing Bridge No. 49, Locketts Bridge No. 53. River Dane Aqueduct (12 locks) Congleton Bridge No 61 


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