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Monday, March 10, 2014

On the move



 Saturday morning and the canal was open. Boats came by in both directions but we decided to stay where we were for the weekend. The chainsaw needed sharpening and a general service but more on that in another blog post.
So Monday came and we set off through six locks and have made a stop in Berkhamsted for some supplies as the supermarket is canal side making the heavy things easier to bring aboard.
Along the way we spotted this Waterways Chaplain.
They have been around for a few years now, although not walking the towpaths, and were part of the working boat peoples lives back in the early 1900`s when the Salvation Army had their own boat travelling the canals.
Spotted these in a field alongside the canal. I just want to say, and the proof is in the picture. The 125mph East Coast mainline train noisily passes and they did not get a Llama d and just sat there.  Sorry I`m just in a good mood.

2 comments:

Bryce Lee said...

Obviously cetain llamas are well
trained!

Dave Smith said...

Nice, very subtle :)

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs