Vlog 146: Stormy Denials

After a few days at different places in Milton Keynes, it was time for me to move on but the weather had different ideas and a tree across the canal put paid to movement for an evening. Eventually I was able to get going again and back out into the countryside, ending up near Stoke Hammond.

Start point: https://goo.gl/maps/tkKMdso4Spz
End point: https://goo.gl/maps/NorcACY5zQp


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6 Comments

  1. Whenever I’m cruising the canals I take a small folding saw with me to deal with small fallen trees. It wouldn’t get through the trunk of a tree of the size that you came across, but it can be possible to cut through a number of the smaller upper branches to clear a path for the boat to get past.

    I recommend one made by Felco, available from Kings Seeds:
    https://www.kingsseeds.com/Products/Sundries/Tools/Pruning-Saw
    I know it’s pricey, but good quality tools are worth it, and the blade is phenomenally sharp and quick-cutting.

    (I’ll catch up with your vlogs to get current eventually!)

  2. Another tree-mendous vlog!
    Sorry, couldn’t resist!

  3. Nice video David. Thank you for sharing your journey with us ;)

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