Leek and Leak

Second day on our own saw us mooring up just along the Leek branch of the Caldon Canal, just beyond Hazlehurst locks, which gave us our first indication that a strimmer or hedge cutter might be a vital part of the inventory.

Where's the strimmer when you need it?Hazlehurst Locks - Caldon CanalDSCF0583Hollybush Inn

A lovely stroll down Hazlehurst Locks and under the Hazlehurst Viaduct that carries the Leek Branch over the Froghall Branch took us to the busy watering hole The Hollybush Inn for dinner. (Seen here two days later at lunchtime, after we’d stopped over in Leek for provisions before turning round and heading for Froghall).

And somewhere along the line we became aware the water on the bathroom floor seemed to be leaking from the loo rather from wet bodies exiting the shower. Ho hum…

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