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... apart it was a beautiful day with lots of sunshine, a cool wind, and great views of the surrounding countryside. It was also a day when the official route mostly followed Offa's Dyke as it wound its way across the country in a northerly direction. We left Knighton at around 0815, another nice little market town, this is the official end of the south part of the walk and of course the beginning of the northerly part though not yet quite half way. The Offa's Dyke ...
... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... blooming in random spots. Unfortunately we were unable to catch up with Emma, Julian and the children as they are away on the school holidays.
Our trip from Scotland took us past the Falkirk Wheel, the largest boat lift in the world which is used to connect the Union Canal with the Forth and Clyde Canal. The wheel replaces 11 locks and raises (or lowers) boats over a distance of 24m. We were fortunate to see the wheel in operation and it is ...
... Ironbridge Gorge area is very beautiful and its industrial past adds to its uniqueness. It's well preserved and presented. Well worth visiting, we're having a great time and still have a lot to see, most of it within walking distance.
We walked to the history village this morning along a walk trail through woodlands and (more) tunnels, but the walk home was a little longer after we missed a turning........and didn't realise it until ...
... more than a conventional house and then there is the cost of maintenance. We had lunch in a cute "tea house" near where the photo was taken.
We were going somewhere else, but diverted somewhat because I had discovered a National Trust mill that goes by my maiden name. The Knowles Mill had been derelict for some time, but is being partially restored by the National Trust. It has the name because it was run for a long time by a family with that name - ...