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Room With A View

It was great to catch up with some familiar faces in Stone, a favourite canal town as so much of the proper old boatyness remains including… 270 more words

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Stone

No idea what we were up to when we started out, but Stone to Barlaston used to be an epic journey and really isn’t so far at all. 263 more words

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After The Flashes

A walk up to Vale Royal Abbey, now partly morphed into a golf club house (probably not the way Prince Edward planned his master build to turn out) left Murk nicely tire… 145 more words

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Northwich

Back past the Anderton Lift we headed on towards Northwich, not especially wide the river remains pretty with masses of Himalayan Balsam and bull rushes bursting from the banks. 203 more words

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Tartan Atttack

No time for gazing at the water, appreciating the countryside, feeding the swans – today was mission SFR, tartan clad and fresh from the Commonwealth Games they’re on their way. 132 more words

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Sandbach Supplies

Heartbreak Hill has been a walk in the park which is surprising as the thought of The Four Counties Ring in August has always sent shivers down our spines. 194 more words

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By The Blue Cow

Other than one man making fenders on the towpath, everyone had cleared out by the time we left this morning. Greenery spiralling out of control on the run in to Congleton meant the boat disappeared from time to time  as Murk got walked. 109 more words

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