Pulled pins and, almost immediately, arrived at Hemingford Lock thinking we would have to turn it; look at the lovely sight that greeted me when I hopped off MR
We continued on to pull into the Waits at St Ives for water and to re-stock but we had to hold off and hold off and hold off whilst 2 narrowboats took a very long time to reverse out - 40 minutes in all.
We also met a lovely couple on a cruiser called Kooky Kat and we shared a lock or two with them when we left this morning.
We'd intended to moor at the GOBA moorings across from Aldreth, but the field was full of cattle so we wild camped a bit further on. Caxton was heading for The Lazy Otter and visitors so we intend to catch up with them by Sunday evening and head into Cambridge together next week.