Vlog 177: Wham!

The weather was sunny, the mood was chilled, the final three-hour stretch from Market Bosworth to the navigable end of the Ashby canal at Snarestone was, without doubt, the most beautiful cruising I’ve ever done. It did indeed take me to the edge of heaven.

Start point: https://goo.gl/maps/zpCEgUkAzCq8vMAv8
End point: https://goo.gl/maps/jqELjwY7nfyFhJDa9

Ashby Canal Society: www.ashbycanal.org.uk


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One Comment

  1. Michael Higgins

    I very much enjoyed the tranquility of this one. England continues to amaze me at how they truly cherish and preserve their history. I just LOVE the restored Pumping Beams, and the green color is . . . Oh sooooooo British; well done! The Fundraising Shop at the end was quite interesting. I’m sure I would have found something, a knick knack, a book, a utensil, anything to throw a few bob their way and help to restore the Ashby Canal. Thanks for this one David.

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