Sandford House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shrewsbury
... br> Back on Gabriel we met Barry from Xsara, who wanted to join BCF. He took away a form.
We had another camp kitchen meal before ending up in the beer tent to listen to Rainbow Road. We met some people from a boat that sells hedgerow products – jams from wild plants etc.
On our return we found the BCF form from Barry.
No boating today
Sun 15th Sep
The forecast had predicted a severe storm today with ...
Two weeks to go and a bad time to find out that my trusty loft-lodging 80 litre rucksack - purchased in 2000 - is not really up to the task of carrying our stuff comfortably on my now slightly larger, comfort-seeking self.
After much hunting and research I have found a brilliant ...
... where we cross a 17th century Dee Bridge going through Berwyn station in the Dee Gorge, thenon to Glyndyfrdwy where the Baron of Glndyfrdwy proclaimed himself the Prince of Wales in1400, so beginning his 14 year rebellion against English rule. The train ride was fantastic, sitting back in old world charm and listened to the whistle and sounds of this beautiful steam train that was tempting Rod to doze off. We checked times for the Narrow Boat and then decided we would book ...
I've been thinking about it for a while, well, ever since I put together a few ingredients and 'created' that beautiful sauce. I'm aware it will not be everyone's cup of tea as its quite hot, but I can actually control the level of heat. I thought of getting a few glass jars and giving my potion out to some family and friends. They ...
... had a call from Jim Sparkes who said that Beta would come to inspect the boat engine tomorrow at Kinver. We also had another long call from Oliver.
We set off late morning to travel through Wolverley Lock, Debdale Lock and Cookley Tunnel, before mooring below Whittington Lock, where we found Two Hoots.
2 locks, 3 miles
Fri 30th Aug
Two Hoots left before us. We had decided to leave enough time for boats to leave ...