Lots of things have kept us from Percy but in true form she was waiting for us at our new mooring along with a lot of very tall grass ! Rachel set to unpacking for our mini break aboard while I set to looking for lost Japanese soldiers in the jungle outside the boat. I decided the slope looked better uncut and if we stay here we will drop some wild flower seeds in for next year. I cut the top flat boat side and up to the boat as well as a car shaped section. If Bob the farmer wants to cut the rest happy days I suspect not. I prefer it to the manicured look of our new neighbours mooring.
This morning I started a new inverter install but missing wood to mount it on and time to do it were all missing so dropped that and did an oil change instead. For the record it was changed at 1025 engine hours, checking back to this time last year it was done at 917 hours so just over 100 hours
We are planning an early'ish start tomorrow as we need supplies in Market Drayton as well as trying to get a good road thru the Woodseaves cutting.