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... out of the lock and I checked the weed hatch. Sure enough, there was a plastic bag around the prop. A couple of minutes later it was sorted and we were on our way again.
We stopped for lunch and as we started off afterwards for the next lock, the engine tone changed and we lost power. A sure sign of the prop fouling again. This time, it was a plastic bottle and a jumper with a metal zip in it and the jumper was wrapped very tightly round the prop. ...
... into Edale (240m) passing the railway station and the Rambler Inn took me to the Old Nags Head in this popular 'walkers' village. The pub itself dates from 1577 and they were selling a special '1577' beer that had been brewed for this establishment set at the start of the famous Pennine Way.
With a rather filling 'Hikers Special' (consisting of a beef and vegetable pasty, a huge Cumberland ring sausage, hand cut chips and a token sprinkling of ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
We're setting off on Y-Knot on Saturday, and are raring to get going.
This year to the most Northeastern point of the canal system - Ripon in
I've plotted some of our destinations in
advance and you can see them on the map. Trouble is Google doesn't follow
the waterways so it's just a bunch of zig-zag lines until I fill in some route detail later!
Our proposed route takes us up the tidal River Trent via Nottingham, but until May 17th ...
Matlock Bath itself was a little strange in that it was like a seaside town with fish and chip shops, gift shops etc, but obviously without the sea. We also went to the aquarium, which we came to understand is actually more like a pet shop as you can buy the fish on show and also some are rescued fish when they outgrew their owners. It was alright for £2.90 ...