A very wet day as we travelled from Brewood to the Black Country Museum at Dudley. Matt and Andy (Karen’s nephews) joined us one lock from the top of the Wolverhampton 21 and steered the boat to the museum. Busy at the moorings, surprising how many boats are mad enough to be out on such a wet bank holiday weekend. Into centre of Bham tomorrow – promises to be another wet day.
Stayed a few days while I went back to JISC in Bristol. Then on returnÂ we ventured back to the black country museum in much finer weather.Â Moored up for two days to do soem much needed clearning (in the engine room).
Steam narrowboat President and butty Kildare making a Saturday outing – captions about how many men it takes to steer President are welcomed (note all have to be in costume as well) – but jokes aside a wonderful site if slightly over maned!!
Â Sunday we headed off for Park Head and progressed to Merry Hill.