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... the 18th century Rosehill Mansion was more interesting as it had lots of period furniture and information about the time period.
Back on the bus we took it to the other end of its route and got off at the ‘Blist Hill Victorian Town’ Museum. This is an open air museum similar to Greenfield Village at the Henry Ford back home. In this case it represents the 1890s. While there are a couple of buildings in their ...
Got up as usual about 7:00 am & had coffee. Set off about 8:10 & had to open a lift bridge almost immediately. We puttered along for a couple of hours & 5 locks then moored up to have a breakfast. We cooked up most of the food we had left (boiled potatoes, grilled sausage, cheese, onions - all fried up) Carrots & tomatoes & canned beans to go with it. It tasted ...
Up at 7:00 & left about 8:30 am. A nice day but scattered between hot & sunny & raining showers. Did 10 locks (including the 3 lock staircase at Grindley Brook and a 7 lift bridges this day.Stopped for lunch at the Willey Moor pub again. Saw the same old fella selling his vegetables at the Quoisley Lock. I spent some time grilling the sausage & boiling ...
... as they moored up. Lovely trip along the canal past a few lakes or Meres again. Decided to moor up just past Bettisfield out in the middle of farmland & corn fields (Bridge 47). Lovely & quiet place with no one else around. We had a glass of wine on the bank side & I went for a walk. Found a little walk in the woods & found the Shropshire way walking ...
... at a place called World's End. Here Jo decided not to chance the stepping stones and walked through the water instead. Our route took us through the Llandegla Forest which is clearly mountain bike country. Somebody has had the brilliant idea of separating the bikes from the walkers and there are clearly marked routes for each. What a good idea! The forest was incredibly dense and whilst dark provided ...