These photos, from my iPhone, aren't up to Barry's quality, but they tell the story nonetheless.
On Tuesday I took a turn driving through the Wolverhampton 21, giving Barry the opportunity for some fresh air and exercise working the locks.
We were blessed to encounter every single lock in our favour, a rare occurrence! So though we weren't rushing, we did manage to get up the flight very swiftly - especially with Barry confidently stepping across every lock gate without fear or hesitation.
Someone commented about always having a foot or hand on one thing as you do it - Barry can manage it with a foot on each gate - he must have a wide reach!
The bottom of the flight ...
Intermittent sun and showers during the day - and a mostly straight run
No problem at all - look at the focus in his face!
It gets very industrial around here ...
… ducking under the railway lines
The top lock - two hours and forty minutes later
A very pretty BW sign to offset the busy cityscape
My younger daughter Kim and her friend Sean travelled from Brighton and joined us at Cosely, just one train stop from Wolverhampton, for a couple of nights.
More family times - marvellous.
Cosely station - very convenient thank you!