Yesterday started with a bus ride (No. 205 ) to Kings Cross to visit tne London Canal Museum (http://www.canalmuseum.org.uk/visit/index.html). A very pleasant morning was spent there. We walked back via Camden Market, where we had a good browse around and lunch. Then a walk back to Rembrandt Gardens. Today we took the bikes and cycled
We went to Kew Gardens today, not by boat but by a combination of tube and bus. Andrew was in charge of travel arrangements. Getting there was simple enough – District line, change at Earl’s Court. Except that whilst we were on tne train they changed it’s destination. So we actually changed at Turnham Green.
We have left the boat at the boatyard and caught two buses back to Williamscot, then walked the two miles back to Cropredy Marina to pick up the car. We have to do it all again in reverse when we pick the boat back up again!
The boat is booked in for a repaint in March, so we have had to really think hard about the colours. We have finally narrowed down the colour choice for the repaint to the two below. We would really welcome your input into the decision making process! Blue on Green Green on Blue Click the
For the last two days we have been at the wedding of Lou and Jaz. This was a Sikh ceremony on Friday in Hounslow followed by a Humanist ceremony in Bicester on Saturday. Friday Saturday – featuring the cake made by daughter Nikki.
The map below will be updated daily (if we have a 3G signal) with our progress View Summer 2013 in a larger map
We have been through all the votes and analysed the results. For the first vote ‘Green and Blue’ was a clear favourite. This is probably our favourite too. For the second vote on the contrasting coloured name panel it was less clear cut. The boats we saw like this did look very smart, maybe my
We had a good response to our last request for your input into our decision on a new colour scheme for the forthcoming re-paint. Could we ask for for your help again? We have recently seen some boats with a contrasting colour name panel. We quite liked the look of it so I mocked up
The second stage was done by first moving the car from Fretherne bridge to Sandfield bridge. We then chugged to just north of the Saul footbridge, moored up again and walked over to the marina chandlery to buy some fuel additive. Another short chug to just past Parkend bridge. Here we made the boat safe
We picked up a flyer from “Kinver Canopies” a new business set up by two of the employees from Wilson’s. We have been thinking for a while of having zips fitted to the cratch cover to make access easier. I contacted them by email and they had a look at the job and called