Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Now through Maastricht with no room on the free town mooring where cruisers are packed in two abreast. Pushing on, we pull in to what will probably be our last opportunity to anchor in a lake before entering Belgium. Narrowboats don't normally do this, indeed many haven't got anchors as they are not needed on the small, shallow UK canals. We soon realised that if we didn't get to grips with the technique of flinging the anchor, rather like tossing the caber but with more concern for paintwork, we would have to miss out on many of these lovely Netherlands lakes.
Posted by Anne / Olly at 1:36 PM