Salford Quays Apartments
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today everyone else has gone for what will doubtless be a very soggy hike up Kinder Scout. Having no raincoat and only one pair of usefull shoes, I opted to stay and mind the boat.
Between showers (and under some) I took a stroll to the nearest town, New Mills.
It has more arches than anywhere I've seen. It is built on the side of a very steep hill. The rivers Goyt and Sett meet in the bottom of the valley and the water supply ...
We spent one night in Congleton, before doing a long flight of locks. We were lucky with these as lots of boats were coming in the opposite direction, which meant we were able to pass one between each lock and find the next lock ready to drive into. Mostly we didn't even have to shut it up after ourselves as there was a boat waiting to come in. This build up of boats had happened because a car had run into a barrier at a swing ...
Set off from home just before 2.30pm. Had a good ride over on the motorway as you do. Got within 48miles of Manchester City and we had to drop down to 50mph then 40mph because of queueing. So had a steady run then it picked up again, then we came upon more queues. Then incident ahead which appeared to be roadworks. We were pleasEd to get off the M62 onto the M60. Geoff had already checked where we needed to be on Google ...
... he couldn't drag himself away. Luckily, Tyson (Tom's friend) was available to take the tickets off our hands, so he brought along his relative (Bill) with whom he was staying just outside of Manchester. We got a few supplies from Tesco's and made our way to Old Trafford (the cricket ground this time). Picking up the tickets from the gate was very easy, and we met Tyson and Bill at the gate as we had their tickets. We found our seats and discovered that they were really ...
... he was suffering from cerebral edema, a severe form of altitude sickness. The condition causes the brain to swell and leads to a stumbling, intoxicated gait, hallucinations and, eventually, death.
In fact, this area of the mountain, right below the summit, is known as the “death zone.” It is incredibly steep and icy, requiring climbers to use fixed ropes and ice axes to ...