Vlog 180: Hat’s the way

With my time on the Ashby canal come to an end, I took my narrowboat back onto the Coventry canal and headed north, through Nuneaton and it’s well-tended back gardens and allotments, and up towards Atherstone where I’d spend a few days while the heavens opened.

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Vlog 179: Boat Selecta

Having reached the end of the Ashby canal there is no choice but to turn around and rewind, going back the way you came. Having already documented the journey up in several videos, I compacted much of the return trip into this one, ending up back at Trinity Marina where I stopped again while I went to the Crick Show.

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Vlog 177a: Realtime Ashby Canal cruising

This is a BONUS video, not a vlog. Panic not, the normal vlogs will follow. If you don’t like these uncommentaried, real-time, slow TV videos then just skip this one eh? It’s the bow camera recording in full of the journey seen in vlog form in vlog 177, from Market Bosworth to Snarestone at the end of the Ashby canal.

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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.

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Vlog 172: Food Glorious Food

After several pleasant days moored at Hawkesbury Junction on the North Oxford canal side, it was time to go through the stop lock and up the Coventry canal for a short way before turning right onto the Ashby canal. However, I also needed food supplies, so I first headed away…

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