Journey North 12: Rickmansworth – Uxbridge 

6 miles, 7 locks

Just a short afternoon’s hop down to Uxbridge so that we are closer to Little Venice for tomorrow.

While stopped in Ricky for me to work, James has been busy polishing Willow’s cabin so that it looks nice for the Cavalcade and the wedding. Willow does look so much better after a good polish. It brings out a depth to the blue and we do try to look after the excellent paint job and signwriting. The white letters are beginning to fade though so I need to get my brushes out when we get to Bollington and go over Dave Moore’s lettering.

I kept admiring Willow when it was my turn to be on the bank lock working 

The weather was very indecisive today but mostly we had sunshine for the pretty section along the Colne Valley 

Now we’re tied up outside the Swan and Bottle in Uxbridge.

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  1. Chris

    I think I saw you when I drove past earlier.

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