Monthly Archives: March 2015

No sooner did we start cruising…..

….than we stoppedĀ again. We moored the boat on the aqueduct in Bollington for a few days and headed off to Aldeburgh to stay with my daughter Jenny for her 40th birthday celebration. Bollington just happens to be the home of … Continue reading

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A tale of two journeys

Bright sunshine and a heavy frost made for a wonderful day’s cruising up the Bosley Locks yesterday. The Macclesfield has to be one of my absolute favourite canals – the scenery is so beautiful. At the first lock I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Tunnelling our way out of Staffordshire

Last Sunday we finally left Stone and headed north through the ‘Potteries’ towns that make up Stoke on Trent. There are some incredibly beautiful parts of Staffordshire but Stoke on Trent couldn’t be described as one of them. It may … Continue reading

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Cruising again!

We’re off on our travels again. Winter seems to have flown by as I found myself a job on an IT help desk at the Royal Stoke University Hospital. That was a bit of a shock to the system, but … Continue reading

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