Kintbury was a lovely place to stop, with good walks across the fields to the village and up Irish Hill giving fantastic views all around.
Horse drawn trip boat, not in service today.
Approaching through Hungerford bridge, Chance moored in the middle
So I set too on hands and knees washing the roof, then the side (on the bank side), windows and brass, phew.
After that there was time for a quick visit to the shops before meeting up with James and Doug for tea and cakes. It was great to meet them properly, although they already feel like friends from following each others blogs over the past 2 years.
Not many miles travelled, but nevertheless a busy day and a happy one too.
3.5 miles, 4 locks