Hampton House Farm
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... had unlocked the keep. Going straight up the main drive would have been quicker but we decided that we had seen enough from the outside so headed back to the boat.
It's a shame the castle was so far from the canal meaning we had to take taxis, you could probably do it by bus if you had the time, the visitor centre was nice, had a lot of replica armour you could try on, and at only a £2 suggested donation is rather inexpensive.
... several incarnations over the years, now turned into blocks of flats or offices. One houses, amongst other things, the Canalside Radio, a cafe and tourist centre. Other old buildings have been turned into small manufacturing units or arts spaces.
We are now on the peak forest canal and it is lovely. When the hedges aren't too high, or trees too thickly grown, there are beautiful views of the moors and the peaks across the valley.
... So Carrie spends her time at the tiller and I get to do the locks, there weren't many and they were quite spread out so wasn't as tiring as the Wolverhampton locks.
At the Radford Bank we ate at a carvery where I feel that after my half roast chicken, sausage, gammon and beef with chips, potatoes, carrots and 3 yorkshires, that maybe the banana split was a little too much. But this canalling does build up your appetite.
It was raining and there were lots of us to entertain. We headed out to the aircraft museum at RAF Cosford, taking the Sat Nav's highly complex route of every-tiny-lane-with-wall-to-wall-hedge s-and-no-passing-places. We survived.
There were lots of planes. Mike and Angela joined the 11 of us and we admired aircraft. We also enjoyed the ...
The crew met up at Adastra at 9:00. After a cup of coffee Jaunty was secured for trailing and we set off. We being Dave and James. After a 2 hr drive we arrived at the smart new boatyard at Rhyl. High tide was 14:50 so we got to work preparing Jaunty for sea and had her afloat by 15:30. No time for any photos. By that time the rain had become persistent. Dave rigged a bit of a shelter and we descended below to sort and stow the ...