155a Not A Vlog: Blisworth to Weedon

The penultimate Not A Vlog of the 2018 cruising, this is the trip on the narrowboat from Blisworth to Weedon via Gayton Junction on the Grand Union canal.

Start point: https://goo.gl/maps/51gfsBAtJ1K2
End point: https://goo.gl/maps/Z8HQtP32iCt

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4 Comments

  1. I have not normally watched your real time nonvlogs but recently really appreciated this one. I was on hold off and on with Bell Canada for more than 30 minutes and a couple minutes in I had a eureka moment. I switched on this vlog, muted your sound and had my phone on speaker mode. There elevator music was not that bad and almost suited your video. So all in all it was a win win day for me, I got to cancel phone service and enjoy the beautiful cruise you got to experience live. Happy Christmas, fair locks and clear skies………

  2. Patricia Scott Castaneda

    I am so grateful you have posted real time footage of a typical cruise. You are very talented at putting together a realistic travel and lifestyle program with attention to detail . I am noticing subtle examples of proper boating etiquette , along with a very tenacious fly ! Please continue to produce these wonderful travel and I wish you a very joyful holiday.

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