Colwick Hall Hotel
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... somewhere, I immediately want to be gone. I hate drawn out goodbyes. As I was walking along musing, I thought that there are some areas I'm not impatient in like talking to people etc.
At the next lock, Hazel mentioned how fast I had walked and that she couldn't keep up with me. As she took the boat into the lock I noticed that the water dispersal at the stern was wrong - an indication that the prop is fouled. Hazel moved the boat to the side as ...
... years representatives and to welcome the three new successors, of which I am lucky to be one!
Listening to last year's scholars and what they have achieved left me feeling a few emotions;
1) Excited. I mean seriously, is this happening!?
2) Welcomed into a new, supportive and dynamic family.
3) Like I have a lot to ...
... Walking is another way to do the same thing. Narrowboaters and walkers go at about the same pace.
Today we stopped at Thurmaston Lock, right next to Watermead Country park. Hazel, my encourager, suggested I go for a walk shortly after we arrived. She is concerned that I keep exercising to get back to an acceptable level of fitness.
I strode off into the park and after a few hundred yards, I just had to stop; for no ...
... from our recent diet), tinned rice pudding and Westons English cider (to name a few items), we restored to the aforementioned Palace for a relaxing afternoon, chatting, laughing, reminiscing and playing with Joey and Max, the lively and energetic Jack Russell terriers who make up this contented domicile. But no re-introduction to England is quite complete without a visit to the local Wetherspoons pub, where our evening was rounded ...
... were the only kids on the tour and lasted longer than half the adults.
The tour guide mixed Robin Hood folklore with local facts and insights to make for an entertaining and educational tour. The first settlers named the town after their leader, "Snottingham," but the name was shortened by the Norman (French) conquerors. Nottingham became the lace capital of the world in the 19th century ...