Premier Inn Cannock South
Travel Blogs from Cannock
... time we passed the pub and turned right up the Cannock Extension Canal which runs dead straight for 1½ miles to Norton Canes Boatbuilders and the A5. Halfway along there are two basins which used to be loading bays for the colliery. They now contain several permanently moored boats. The colliery is gone and the land around has returned to woodland and farmland with some open heath areas.
We turned in the entrance to the boatyard, and got a large heavy ...
... They decided to run with what they had planned, which had been well rehearsed.
It was a Churches together event and we had about 140 in the beer tent (11 rows of 11 plus quite a few standing). Dot Clayton was there (BCF Marsh Harrier) with the bass player from last night. A lady from Gecko was there and said she had seen us at Rickmansworth two years ago when we led the worship at the open-air service.
After the service we went to look for ...
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.
... allocated the same mooring that we had had earlier.
We noticed a BCF boat called Parentis but we didn’t see the owners. While we were there we saw that it had moved from its mooring in the basin to the spot just outside, presumably to be off first thing in the morning.
No locks, 13 miles
Fri 13th Sep
Thankfully we are not superstitious as it was slipway day. At 0820 we were asked to get the boat in position. This ...
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 ...