Millgate House Hotel
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... for the night on bollards, just above the lock. The visitors
had mostly disappeared by about 8 o clock and we had a peaceful night there. It is a very busy section of this little used canal and boats and house boats line the opposite bank for over a mile.
We came up the double locks on our own. I could see from the way Bryan struggled that the locks were very stiff. We made slow progress through Long Eaton, which went ...
... 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 ...
... your hair at all, it cleans itself. Not something I would ever contemplate trying.
Anyway, off we set with me feeling full of the joys of spring (or even summer). The first lock we got to had one of its gates open - possibly blown open by the wind. It means extra work for the lock worker but no worries. The next lock we came to also had a gate left open and I realised that we were following a boater who doesn't close the gates ...
... a new talent, rock skimming! Much time has been spent developing this talent... Last night we had a lamb roast and pav to celebrate Australia Day, We have found a couple of favourite places in Newark including a nearby park, Devon and Scone, a coffee shop called Strays and a pub called Oscars. Today was our last day in Newark so we ensured we visited each of these. We re off to London for a day before we depart for home on Thursday. Seeyou all ...
... I was sure I could hear my liver and pancreas playing rock/paper/scissors to see who would give up first. So there's nothing much more to tell other than enjoyable conversations, cold weather and interesting foods in interesting places (such as one lunch in a 16th century inn plop in the middle of nowhere). We finish up with visits to the Peak District today to see one daughter of our hosts and then ...