Worcester to Stourport

We left Worcester just before 10 am and were at Bevere Lock with in the hour.

We spotted a herd of cows paddling and were overtaken by a C&RT launch (which we think was inspecting licences) just before Holt Lock.

The scenery was a bit more interesting today with a number of nice riverside properties.

Our last Severn lock was Lincomb which we passed through at 1:30 and then it was straight through to Stourport.

We passed Aston Manor‘s fruit processing and pressing facility and I reckon you could have got drunk on just the smell of cider if you hung about!

Soon we were leaving the Severn and ascending the staircase locks beside the fun-fair.

Through the basin and after Yorke Street Lock we found a sunny mooring by 3 o’clock.

Later a familiar boat arrived, it was John & Mel from our home mooring and we had a good chat and admired their new paint job & sign-writing.



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