Spindle Lodge Hotel
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... gardens a lot of the way. We moored just past Sandiacre on the Monday and just past Cotmanhay on Tuesday. Arrived at the end of navigation, Langley Lock in Eastwood, and moored on the visitor mooring in the basin. The manager of the basin came and introduced himself and seemed a very friendly, helpful person. We plan to stay overnight and make our way back down the Erewash tomorrow.
I'm an impatient man, but not ...
... to! Last year's scholars certainly set the bar high. Thanks guys.....no really....thanks :-S
As one of last year's candidates stated "Buckle up-you're in for a ride"...I have taken that as the indication to seriosuly knuckle down and firm up my scholarship plans. So to those of you kind enough to read this, watch this space!
... a bad person.
It's STILL such a lovely day.
Saturday 6th - Kegworth
Yesterday we parted company with Alan and Judy. They are spending the weekend at a boat club they used to belong to and will be turning around and going back up the Soar. We moved a little way further downstream to Zouch. Today was VERY windy and we travelled just a short way through one lock and have stopped at Kegworth. We plan to go to St Andrews ...
... Road and Westcoates Drive the old homes of Beaver's grandparents. Beaver then popped in to see Grandma and Aunty Sheila while Slug went for a walk and bought a Fry's cream bar, which excited him immensely. The next stop was Knighton to see the next chapter of Beaver's life... School, local area, home, guide & scout hut and the Craddock for Slug's first slug of pommy bitter. Being in Leicester Everards was mandatory. We finally got hold of Beaver's ...
... the obvious answer was why not. What a bottler.
We found a garden that sits at the base of Warwick Castle and has the remains of a medieval bridge at the bottom. See photo of owner enjoying the "sun". It was a terrific find.
Then back on the road to Kenilworth Castle, one of the largest piles of rock in England.
Built by King John who surrounded it with a lake, ...