Ye Olde Talbot
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... do with money and power--yes, I can see the point), we had an unexpectedly stimulating afternoon.
We may well go back to a proper meeting one Sunday.
Another attraction is that the Bakers Arms is just round the corner.
Good cider and OK Ploughman's but we'll have to try out the Sunday roast before the final verdict.
Thirdly, there are the walkers kitted out in typical walking gear, sometimes with sticks.
This group though can be deceptive ...
... 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 ...
... everything else I suppose. A local lady opened up the tiny gift shop in the library, whose facade/entryway is the entrance to the village hospital on DA. I snapped up a few over-prices but necessary trinkets, and then took a meeelion pictures of the street, Mrs. Crawley's home, the hospital and the church. Heaven. The last stop of the day was Bleinhem Palace, the only palace ...
... them every few years when they flood & spill the banks. A few hundred years of settlement seems to have taught them to set up most towns a little way up hill from the rivers.
Also in a week of driving this bus up and down stream, I've only seen one one person fishing out of a boat. Instead, there are hundreds of little jetties made out of shipping pallets. every twenty of thirty yards, there is another one in various states of repair, and every ...
... meal, and visited an ancient timbered building called Greyfriars (National Trust)
Back for lunch on boat and zzzzzzzzzzzz
We went for our Thai meal at The Thai Gallery in the Shambles, Worcester’s most historic street. Very good, but a bit pricey.
It was a very warm night - we had all the doors and windows open.
1 lock, 1 mile
Fri 2nd August
Several boats went past early. We waited for things ...