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We leave in 3 days time and only just getting cases out and clothes ready. What do we need for a three week adventure in Canada - t-shirts, shorts, swimmers - hopefully. Also trekking gear for all the trips we're going to make - whales to see, salmon to catch and moose to spot to name but a ...
... ll cope with walking and map-reading at the same time. So, we've brought in some specialists, able to do several things at once; two ladies whose fitness levels are likely to put us blokes to shame.
Firstly, there's Tina Filby, Steve's sister (but that's where the problems should end!!). 200 miles will be a mere jaunt for this lady who's used to covering 100 miles in a weekend, although usually on a ...
... bag! We had to just stop in the middle of the water to sort it out. Took about half an hour with sharp knife and large pair of scissors. This stretch is long overdue for dredging and cutting back. I would hate to meet another boat coming towards us but we didn't see anyone. I wonder why? The towpath however is excellent. So, nowhere to stop so we went through Northampton Lock and onto the Nene. Moored for an hour ...
... the camera!
On that basis it’s probably a good job that there weren’t any Mandarin Ducks on any of the ponds either, otherwise we’d have been scuttling back up the hill to either buy a card or take one out of another camera. We agreed to return tomorrow to try for some Redwing photos.
Ravensthorpe Reservoir is south of the A14 and not far from the M1. There have been recent reports on northantsbirds.net of Bewick’s ...
... only natural habitat and they are periodically threatened by poachers and political instability in
the area. One permit allows you to spend about 50 to 60 minutes with one of the gorilla families. Trekking to find them in
groups of 8 people can take anywhere from half an hour to 5 hours. The organisations and well-trained guides that
continually monitor and protect the families are conscientious and responsible. If we view them from Uganda there is the
opportunity to ...