Monthly Archives: October 2015

Oct 30

Finished! I’ve toured the major canals and waterways of Britain, and accomplished much of what I’d set out to do. Sure, there are a few smaller waterways I’ve missed, and there will always be opportunities to see more, or re-visit … Continue reading

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Oct 25

I’ve had good times exploring the Grand Union Canal. The 4 days with Nigel were a bonus, and having someone to reminisce about great times past was special. We toured from Uxbridge to Berkhamsted, where Nigel caught the train: the … Continue reading

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Oct 20

I’ve finished the Lee Navigation- I found that moorings are not nearly as restricted and over-crowded as reported. There was always lots of room and choices. Then, across the northern part of London on the Hertford Union Canal, the Regent’s … Continue reading

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Oct 13

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! I am thankful for the opportunities I’ve had to travel and explore, in my wanderings around Britain. I’ve had support from family and friends, and have met many new friends while on the waterways. I spent a … Continue reading

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Oct 5

  Richmond. This was the intermediate step between Hampton Court Palace, and the tidal Thames. All good. Had some shopping, and then a chance to ring the 12 in All Saints, Richmond. Nice bells, they had a full band, so … Continue reading

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Oct 1

PPFOTM. This is the Mortimer thing. More to post, but later… I’m off to Hampton Court Palace today, I hope.

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