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... stained glass windows he did for the Art Institute of Chicago and many other works. I recognized the windows immediately - they are his style.
After a delicious dinner, I walked back to the cathedral with some of the other tour participants. The cathedral puts own a light show at 11:00 - once it gets dark. The 25 minute show was nothing short of amazing!
It is a late night, but it was worth it. ...
... yoghurt and lemon. Boy have we had beautiful food on this boat thanks to Heather's lovely cooking. After six nights enjoying hospitality from Heather and Tim it was time to move on. We thoroughly enjoyed sharing their relaxing canal lifestyle - it would be very easy to get used to it. Thank you heaps Heather and Tim. So Thursday morning we packed up and headed east. We decided not to take the freeway/motorway so set the GPS to avoid and meandered along the country ...
... history particularly would love a stay in this town. Last stop for the day was to see a very old aqueduct sitting in an agricultural field near Condè-sur-Marne. It was built in 1869 and can be used to control the amount of water in the canal. Back at the boat Tim, Stuart and Peter soon joined another boating friend to a game of pétanque . The locals play pétanque every day on the communal area on the foreshore so the visitors had to have a game ...
... was a lovely white tree in bloom but I don’t know what it was. I am not very knowledgeable about growing things, really.
The willows were a spectacular yellow green, having just leafed out and I had a lovely time watching them swaying and blowing in the wind. The water garden is lovely but of course it’s too early for wisteria on the Japanese bridge or for water lilies - just a few lonely pods here and there.
There were quite a ...
... was very welcome.
Sunday we left pretty early, drove back to Vitry, grabbed a bit of bread and went on back to Encore - who was just where she belonged looking just fine, except for the un plugged electrical line. But we plugged it back into the shore power and the house batteries were all recharged about 5 hours later so no harm done.
Tuesday we took the boat to Vitry and we officially completed our first canal!