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Sunday, April 06, 2008


Woke up this morning in Staffordshire to a blanket of snow covering the boat and surroundingcountryside. The sun soon put everything back to normal and in fact within 2 hrs other than some snow on high ground it had all gone. Still it did look nice for a while and the pic below is the northern edge of Cannock Chase.

Above and below signs of summer approaching swans have started nesting and below wild flowers coming on fast in Hopwas woods.
This is a carving made by use of a chainsaw around the old reservoir that has been turned into a pleasant nature reserve with bird hide and good walkways. It`s opposite the BW office at Fradley Jct.
My last picture is of the Armitage Shanks factory at Armitage near Hansacre and shows some of the bathroom fittings they make at this site, so really just a bog standard picture.
Well we`ve travelled a bit lately having left Rugby passing through Atherstone, Tamworth and at Fradley Jct. we now find ourselves on the Trent&Mersey canal with Stone and Stoke on Trent ahead of us.
As i finish typing this at 6.45 it has started to snow again. Summer Summer where are you?

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NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs