219A Slow TV: Fradley to Handsacre

I know some folk hate these real-time bow camera recordings and would prefer the usual vlog with commentary – but other folk love them hence why I continue to upload them occasionally. If you’re one of the former, panic not; do not wail and gnash your teeth for another standard vlog will be coming along next.

Start point: https://goo.gl/maps/hccTP76t1NhLvFdV6
End point: https://goo.gl/maps/4M2a4Qwp1xg3ZaYWA

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  1. Thank you so much for this. It helps with the gutted feeling I get when I think about not being able to travel from Oregon to the Midlands for our yearly canal boat trip. The birdsong is delightful. I miss it all so much. The closed pubs are sad to see, but I guess they are now open. The USA is in such a sad state that it will be very cold in hell before anyone lets us into their country again. Thanks again.

    • It’s all very sad indeed, I agree. The pubs are open, sort of, with strict distancing requirements, one-way systems, screens and so on but they seemed to be doing a decent trade when I went past some in the boat a week or so ago.

  2. Tow paths look quite overrun with flora. Looks like CRT has a backlog of work in store for them

  3. Michel F. Paré

    Pleasantly boring, as a Canadian I no idea where we were? .On screen short text, of bridges, might have been helpful. Names .of birds and songs that followed as we past hither and yon. Where I live, would have been Red Wing Black Birds, they like marsh lands but probably unknown in Briton. Enjoy all your videos, excellent commentary, without being a travelogue

  4. A beautiful little run. Is it just me, or is everywhere just looking so much more lush & greener and appearing so much more teanquil in its nature.

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