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Saturday, December 03, 2011

Just cruising south

On route to London the canals are very quiet as is usual this time of year with just a few boats moving probably heading for winter moorings or getting near facilities should the freeze strike again. Sure is mild considering this time last year it was the 2nd week of being frozen in.
So we have had a night stop at Cow Roast, Berko, a couple of nights at Apsley and last night was just north of Hunton Bridge tonight as i write we are in Rickmansworth. We need to be in Uxbridge to meet our American friends who are using the Underground to get from the Eurostar to spend a couple of days with us as we cruise into central London.
Jaq has put on some music `to cook with`. The music is `The Gypsy Kings` cd  Compass and the food is home made Tamale Pie washed down with a bottle of  Pino Grigio.
Boy am i living well.

BW launch moored at Bulbourne 
Plenty of wood in Tring Cutting
Three Horseshoes at Winkwell swing bridge, where i tasted for the first time Venison, lovely.

This was the scene at Nash Mills lock 68. Housing stretching down to Red Lion lock. This was all just a pile of rubble from the pulling down of the mill when I last passed by.

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NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs