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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 ...
... all washed down with a pint of '1577' I had enough time to visit the Peak District National Park Visitor Centre and have a final pint at the Rambler Inn adjacent to the railway station before heading back to Derby via Sheffield.
It looks as though I may have another spare day next Monday so I hope the weather is as kind as there are many more walks to do in the Peak District National Park (and there are plenty of country pubs to try too!).
... 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 ...
... gone off to the pub opposite for lunch and had done the same thing the day before and gone off for four hours, a definite No No for a boater. This could well have been the person responsible for leaving the lock gates open.
We set to, preparing to fill our tank and after about 10 minutes, the owner of the miss - moored boat returned. He chatted to Hazel in a very friendly way saying, "go ahead, carry on what you're
doing". Hazel ...
The first stop was Tutbury Castle which was the place Mary loathed the most. It was once a luxurious royal castle but was in disrepair and dank and drafty by the time Mary was there. It was about 500 years old at that time. Staying here was very bad for her health, the damp and cold gave her rheumatism. The castle was owned by the Earl of Shrewsbury and his wife, Bess of Hardwick, who were charged with securing Mary for ...