Believe it or not this is our 48 hour visitor mooring at Pewsey . In fact we have been told that we are very lucky to have it. We are aground and 3 feet from the bank and we have to use our plank to get on and off with. The grass as you can see is well kept.
With the Waterfront pub not open for a lunchtime meal we decided to go into Pewsey and try the Royal Oak. The big decision to make was did we have desert after are lunch or not ?…Answer.. Of course we did..
It was then all back to Inca for a cuppa and a sleep for Ken , before saying goodbye as they headed back down to sunny Devon. With the school summer holidays not that far away it wont be long before Curly is back behind the tiller on Inca.
I think we were a bit lucky here.
We I made the decision to chance it and go under this tree which was at a very precarious angle. We later heard that Canal & River Trust cut it down ,but then couldn't get it out of the canal and then caused a 4 hour delay.
Another little gem is this water point at Crofton. With no hard edge and only 2 stupid posts to moor too, it has to be one of the most difficult to get on and off anywhere. A bit of work needed here me thinks.