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... British Waterways to
Cruising Waterway Standard in 1983. This is the part which remains today. Eleven and three quarter miles with 15 double locks. It runs basically from south to north on the west side of Nottingham.
Getting to the top of the River Soar and moving onto the River Trent was quite breathtaking. So much water around.
We found the entrance to the Erewash canal, got through Trent Lock which was teeming with visitors ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
It struck me that no matter what you are doing or what you are trying to achieve, big or small, it's important sometimes to just stop and seek out the inner calm that's in us all; because that too needs to be developed and appreciated.
Thursday 4th Barrow - on - Soar
Today, I actually left off my extra winter layers. The weather is really sunny and warm. I think summer has arrived.
The journey further along ...
... Anyway after settling the navigator and driver we reset the Navman and headed for the correct location which is in the middle of the motorway and quite difficult to find when the Navman says bear right and the museum is on the left, but hey we got there after some interesting u turns and round the roundabouts. The museum is very impressive and I'm not sure that you would want to ride any of the bikes given their pristine ...
... deal of religious tolerance. Hindism and Buddhism are very compatible religions anyway. Perhaps the rest of the world could take note that religions can coexist in peace!
We continue the trek down to Jomsom where we are due to take a flight tomorrow to Pokhara for the last stage of out trip. We are now following the course of the kali Gandaki river. The river bed is famous for it's fossils. Nepal was once under the sea! These fossils are ...