We can see hills ahead. These are probably the Wicklow mountains.
Meanwhile the skies behind us look threatening. We have been very lucky with the weather on this trip so far, as most torrential showers have arrived while we are moored.
The mooring above lock 15 looks awkward, but is a lovely spot.
Talitha II catches us up again, above lock 15.
Now this is a "bridge hole" with a difference!
It is good to see the horse lines on the bridges, reminding us of times long ago.
Looking back along the canal, there is almost a feel of autumn in the air.
There are a lot of boats moored at Hazelhatch and we managed to find an empty space for The Puzzler, beyond the other boats.Tomorrow we will move down to lock 12, together with any other boats which are going on to the Dublin Rally.