We’re back in Coven (see http://wea-ry-tired.co.uk/on-the-not-so-straight-and-fg-narrow/). Not because we like it that much, but because it has a golf course.
On the Wednesday the four of us started heading south. First back to Penkridge. It’s my day at the tiller, so it is raining. Not a lot, but still.
Needless to say that once we’re moored up, the rain stops…
Exactly two years ago today we spent our first night on WRT. To celebrate this we leave her on her own and have a meal at the Spanish restaurant Rorah. After that we play Triominoes. It’s so late when we get back to WRT that she is fast asleep.
The next day it’s Lawrance’s turn on the tiller. It’s a brilliant day for cruising: sunny and warm. After mooring up we get our golf stuff from underneath the bed. Golf clubs, and… trolley???
No, we find the battery for the trolley, but we must have left the trolley in the storage box at Scarisbrick Marina. Since the golf course doesn’t have trolleys we have to carry the clubs. But it’s only a par-3 course, so I decide to take only half of my clubs.
Three of us play golf, and all four of us have an afternoon drink on the terrace at the Fox & Anchor. This is followed by a meal at the same place, but inside; evenings are still a bit chilly.
Tomorrow we’re go separate ways: Ann and Mick go up north, we go further south.