I got away just after 3pm, and drove back up to the marina. It was a lovely sunny afternoon and a warm 20 Celsius, so I decided a short cruise was in order -- not too far as I have a boat test tomorrow morning, so I'll need to be back in time to drive there. I turned right out of the marina (noting that Jubilee wasn't in her berth), and headed for Cosgrove, where the moorings turned out to be verging on empty. I went down to the lock and did an efficient turn just above it -- just as well as there was a boat coming up who were just about ready to open the gate as I arrived, and I didn't want to hold em up. I retraced my steps as far as a mooring opposite the permanent moorers. Once tied up, I did checked all the batteries, and topped up as necessary.
1 mile, 0 locks.