Premier Inn Castleford M62, Jct 32
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... without a clue in the world. We approached the woman behind the first desk, nose pierced, knotted hair and asked "we want to go travelling?" at first she didn't say anything, but her response was written all over her face "no ****". But in a more diplomatic answer she replies "where do you want to go?". To be honest we hadn't a clue, we filled our arms with all the brochures they had to offer, walked out and had a thorough read through. After much deliberation we set ...
... players didn't turn up until 12 or 12:15, leaving half an hour to get ready and prepare for the game. Their attitude towards it stinks and they wonder why they don't improve. Browny won the toss and elected to bat first which was a good call, until we actually started batting. All of the top six batsmen knicked off and were out within 10 overs. Three of those were due to poor shot selection, two were good balls and one was a freakish catch. The ball I ...
... it is but is was bursting at the seams. We sat down with Big Steve and Nicola which we enjoyed as they are more our type of people as opposed to Nikki and Deb, even if Steve and Nicola are old enough to be our parents. We watched the first half of the bands performance before we walked back to the house to get a good nights sleep before cricket against Whitley Hall ...
... 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.
Sunday 15 June: Mexborough to Long Sandall Lock, Doncaster
(9 miles, 3 locks)
Return trip through Doncaster. Great to see Sea Scouts out rowing and other boaters out on the water.
Monday 16 June: Long Sandall to Pollington
(9 miles, 2 locks, 8 moveable bridges)
Excitement from the outset as we're warned that the Humber Princess, a 220 foot tanker is coming our way. Advice is to stop, ...