Between the two flights, Christine & Paul (now driving) took a well earned rest whilst I kept walking to allow the dogs a good leg stretch.
The juxtaposition of old and new architecture is fabulous, it really works in harmony.
Loved the mini roundabout complete with sign posts.
Having moored up, we walked round to NB Waterway Routes' mooring, put some coal on their roof and did a 1 hour tour of a few loops of the BCN, Christine's & Paul's knowledge is both endless and fascinating, before breasting up to MR and dumping the coal on our roof. Now that's what I call a coal delivery!
Yes, this is me steering NB Waterway Routes - I bet there aren't many of you who have had their hands on electric boats - the irony was that we passed another electric boat (like number two buses!) and we could actually talk to each other all the way down the cut and hear the birds singing and not frighten the herons.
We passed the original Fellows, Morton & Clayton building.
This is our mooring.
Above (the round building), doesn't photo well, but was the original stable block.
Daisy is a bit confused by urban living and got stuck up a tree before disappearing into a block of posh apartments, more of that next time.
Perfect day, thank you Christine & Paul for your friendship, help & knowledge.