Thistle Birmingham City Centre, The Royal Angus
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... news from Paris which is awful, and still unfolding. Had a delicious take away as is the usual Friday evening meal here. More chat and then an early night. Have to be up earlier tomorrow as Diane and myself are going to a ladies breakfast at 8am for an 8.30 start. Cannock folk note it is a LADIES breakfast!!!. A very relaxed start to be big ...
... Lear who has a tumour behind her eyes and they travel to BIRMINGHAM Children's hospital once a month for treatment. She is adorable but almost blind. I told Her that I would pray for Her and would also ask my friends to do the same. Please pray for this lovely little family. Thank you. Well onward and upward now. So another update ...
... We continued to eat our way around the markets however! We had waffles, donuts, more mulled wine and even had deep fried cheese. We finished off the night with a ride on the Ferris wheel, which was a little scary going up for me as I'm not so good with heights. But once I realised that we were pretty secure, it was a lovely ride looking over the city on a clear night with the full moon ...
It's been 42 miles and 36 locks since I last wrote. Internet access has been sporadic for some of it so I didn't even try to blog - photos would have taken forever to load. So here we are. Safely tucked into Cumbrian Wharf with Groundworks to my right, The Flappers pub in front, a tiny "corner shop" 2 minutes away and 5 minutes walk to Sea World and the Bullring. Of interest to boaters is the fact that there is 14 days visitor mooring here and it is both secure and amazingly ...
... member Ann Hancox on Quodlibet! We paused briefly on the lock bollards at Bromford Junction for lunch and a weedhatch visit before climbing the three Spon Lane Locks which took us up the Wolverhampton Level, under the M5.
We turned right here, crossed the Main Line on Stewart Aqueduct, and then turned left into the Titford Canal, where we climbed the six Oldbury Locks, with the M5 thundering in the background.
As we approached the top lock, we saw ...