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Published: September 28th 2017
This morning we cruised from our mooring through 2 locks into the town of Trebes. It had a beautiful bridge over the canal that had flower pots hanging from the grillework.
Joe had been stung by a wasp in Bram and had badly swollen eyes so we walked into the village to find a doctor and then a chemist to get some prescription lotion and tablets for him.
Lunch was at a restaurant beside the marina complex.
After a long lunch, Benny, Ann & Joe went shopping whilst I headed back to the boat. When they returned, we set off but ended up in a queue 2.5 hours long to get through the series of 3 locks leading out of the town.
Luckily, we were in the last group that went through before the lock closed, so at about 7:15pm we pulled over for the night in a safe spot, just past the Trebes lock.
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