Monthly Archives: September 2013

Stuck waiting for goat!

Since we’ve been on the waterways I’ve become a big fan of goat meat and try to pick it up for the freezer whenever I can. When we went to Oundle Market we came across the Mytton Meats stall and … Continue reading

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Busy, busy busy…

As well as finding loads of time to enjoy ourselves, we’ve been busy finishing off various projects. Gordon, having got the idea from one of the Waterways World magazines donated to him by Chris from smiley boat Brindley, has been … Continue reading

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Ewn Ha Cul poses with the stars of track & rail

Last Saturday we finally left Peterborough. We had only intended to stay a few days but were seduced by the amazing entertainment into hanging around for nearly a fortnight! We moved a few miles up river to Ferry Meadows – … Continue reading

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Steam trains and street theatre

One thing we really wanted to do while we were in Peterborough was to visit the Nene Valley Railway. We decided to spend the morning doing that and then try to see all the acts performing in the Embankment field … Continue reading

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Flag Fen and a riot with a risk assessment – a normal Peterborough Saturday?

After we arrived in Peterborough we discovered that we were about to be treated to a weekend of free events courtesy of the Peterborough Arts Festival – all based right beside where we’ve moored the boat – perfect! I was … Continue reading

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A very quiet August Bank Holiday

Being out and about anywhere over the August Bank Holiday can be a nightmare because everywhere’s so busy with people taking advantage of the last days of the school summer break. No problem for us this year because we were … Continue reading

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