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Sunday 19 September – Burnley-Manchester
The weather was crapolla for most of the day but we had a great time driving down to Manchester. Our original plan was to go north east to Skipton and then York, via Fountains Abbey but the best laid plans...
Before we left the area we had one last family call - to visit the grave of …
... strong biner. The 30kN Boa is the – yes, and you’ve guessed it – ‘Grandaddy’’ of lockers'.
It has impressive gate closed strength and is robust enough to cope with the toughest of rigging scenarios. And yet, because it has an I-Beam construction, it is still impressively light.
... br> Stem ends bend in every direction, easy to wear and good hold when worn with helmet, beanie or simply
Lateral protection against harsh sunlight
Maximum protection in extreme conditions against harsh sunlight
Rapid activation: the lenses darken quickly to category 4
... sluices were opened and closed in the correct sequence.
After that had a meal at the Queen Victoria which is a very old pub, and then a walk around the shops in the old town. The shops are at ground level and also on an upper level. Chester isan old Roman town and has kept it's character throughout hundreds of years. The wall is still in remarkble condition and is almost 90% complete.
Back down the motorway on Thursday to Ellesmere Port where the Waterways museum is. I guess you have to like boats, especially narrow boats, to enjoy a day out here. Just like yeaterday the weather was kind n the morning, but by 3.30 it was getting dark and cold.
still, we had a good look around the museum and spent about three hours there. Lots of things to see and in summer there are boat trips up the canal.
A good day out.