France: the A - B squiggle is a cartoon of the Saone route detailed in the next photo.
Our route south on the Saone river from Corre to Montouche: 15 locks and 2 tunnels.
We boarded Adrian's barge, GEESJE, berthed at Corre
Glass window into the wheelhouse
Glass carving on the door leading to our forward 'First Class' cabin
After exiting the locke at Corre we left the river in the regional direction of Nancy, canal of the North-East, and enter the Canal des Vosges.
Josephine on deck
Adrian and Steve in the wheelhouse
The canals are often lined with row of trees.
Castle on shore
We passed under small village bridges.
Josephine turns the hose to tell the lock we are prepared to enter.
We stopped at Montureux les Baulay for a picnic lunch.
Small waterfront parks allowed us to tie up for a picnic lunch.
Underway on the canal
Town of Baulay
Cloud reflections ahead on the calm waters
Adrian and Josephine enjoyed sitting on the foredeck.
The barrage on the left allows the river to run free while water is diverted into the lock on the right.
We passed under a village bridge and berthed at the town wharf.
This sign shows how the river has been diverted into the canal at Port-Sur-Saone.
Church at Port Sur Saone
Church at Port-Sur-Saone
Barge POSEIDON at Port-Sur-Saune
Our barge berthed at Port-Sur-Saone
100 year old chestnut trees lined the canal at Port-Sur-Saone.