Jurys Inn Sheffield
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Nothing much to report to day. We went into Leek a Historic Market Town in Staffordshire, to buy more plastic boxes, we just can't contain our excitement any longer(sorry I had to say that before any one else did). We arrived back just as the heavens opened. ...
... tea and making some scones.The sunset this evening is just lovely. After we had eaten we went for a drink and chat in the Den with Paul. Day 9 Maintenance Dept is being very patient with the swine of a cupboard door. Day 2 of trying make it fit. The site is very busy with site staff this morning, Some of them come to visit us to look at Dreamcatcher. We love having visitors, but, don't they ...
... us", runs around with jerry cans collecting diesel from the distributors across the road and then fills up the two boats, oh well, back to "canaltime"!! There could have been worse places to stop and while away some time, as you may see from the photo.
Another glorious day in the sunshine and a fairly short trip on The River Aire to our overnight stop at Beale Lock.
A very busy week at home, can't believe how much everything in the garden had grown, it took both of us 3 days to tidy up. Need to get back to the boat for a rest!! Good to be on dry land for a few days but looking forward to the next stage in the trip on the Tidal River Ouse up to York, in time for the start of the Tour de France. ...
... the seasons were generally just summer.
So France and a region that had seasons without extremes - so for a Celt, and proud of it, it had to be Bretagne/ Breizh. I thought I might even get to catch up with one of my early musical heroes, the great Alan Stivell. I should have realised that I would have had more chance if we moved to Paris where Breton musicians were now being welcomed with open arms. The Bretons were no longer the 'Pariahs of Paris' as their ...