Audlem must be one of the most visited villages on the system, not just by boaters but by the hoards who descend upon it on fine summer days. It's not surprising as it is an attractive place with a handy small supermarket, is that an oxymoron creeping in there?, butchers and a deli/bakers.
There are a couple of interesting buildings that don't normally get much attention.
But having completed our little bit of shopping, most importantly a few bottles of Shepherd and Neame's Spitfire ready for the last weekend of the Six Nations, we set off to sample the changes at
Shroppie Fly. It is in fact part of a wooden B.C.N. Joey boat. Not that it matters.
Fully replete we returned onboard for a postprandial snooze.
Moving on tomorrow, aiming to be at Coole Pilates for the weekend. On Saturday the "Do not disturb" sign goes out for the last three games.
If cousin Val, in Port Perry, Ontario happens to read this can you leave a comment? The old man gave me an email address for you but it doesn't appear to be correct.
Watch this space..........