The Mill Wheel
Travel Blogs from Hartshorne
... the two boats returned.
This was a very peaceful mooring, with little traffic noise, and just a few walkers.
No boating today.
Sun 22nd Sep
We started fairly early in order to get to Brownhills in time for a shower before church. As we arrived at the visitor mooring, a young man from another boat warned us about an underwater obstruction so we moved on a boat length and found we could moor right in to the side. ...
... to rain so we called in at a pub for coffee. It soon stopped raining and we got back to Dave. He showed us the miniatures level with all the painted figures they sell. they were just fantastic and Dave showed us his favourites. We went to the town centre to get some food and visit the castle. Dave could eat at Buckman's the cafe at the Games Workshop. We ate at The Trip To Jerusalem parts of which are the oldest ...
Pick up Sat Morning. Smooth handover. SC- Can you feel it? DC - No hardly tell it's there. First outing in the new Van at our first C&C site in Ashbourne. Lovely Site. Friendly helpful staff help us push it on the pitch. The Van is very comfy and warm.
50 miles from Cresswell Rd Mexbourgh to Site.
89 miles from Site to Home.
... not to!)
Just before Port Isaac I met Jan Ingham, (who gave me a tenner on the spot) and Irene. Maybe Jan was feeling so generous because I looked in a state, tired and ready for lunch! Thanks. I think I may have met a couple of fellow walkers of yours, who had decided not to tackle the hill that you had just come up, but sat admiring the scenery.
Great meeting you all; use the comments section if you wish to get in ...
... across to Rabat the following Friday morning. Saturday, boss it back to Marrakesh to see Lara off back to the UK then book a sleeper train to Tangier to meet Helene in Chefchaouen.
This will be a 12-odd hour bad boy, leaving at 9pm and arriving at around 7:30am, followed by 2 hours to the Blue City. My poison will be a pocket-sized rendition of thrills from an as yet unknown author, and some ...