Sunday, 20 March 2011

sunday 20th march

hi all here are some photos from Saturday as i said i would ,
Braunston tunnel

boat share show at braunston

braunston



cheese boat

cow

calf

the-admiral-nelson.

so now onto Sunday

started of from Braunston around 9am it was quite cold,turned left onto the oxford canal there was quite a few boats moored up i have seen this boat before and like it

nb "that 70s boat "


just a little further up the canal we saw this boat what a shame

we carried on the wind was cold were did the sun go ?? Tina saw this church and wanted to take a photo i have picked the best one the other are in our album on the side of blog take a look at her picture taking

church at Lower Shuckburgh

as we were on our way to Napton on the hill locks to moor for the night i saw this deer right next to a cow and it stayed there all the time

cow and deer and pony

so we got to the locks at napton and moored up just before and then the sun came out for a nice sunny afternoon so we walked up the lock and all so i went fishing with a magnet

Tina


Colin on phone to dad

fishing for metal

saturday 19th

hi everyone
just a quick update as the Internet connection is not good here , firstly thanks to Pete and Tina from nb "bide your time" for getting in touch THANKS  for your help and company
also thank everyone else who follows are days on board nb go for it and hope you enjoy reading how we are getting on with our new lives on the canal , ( we love it )   

Alan i will send you a email later

OK so we left Welton field marine after they had give the engine it first service  and a few extra jobs what a lovely morning it was the sun was shinning and lovely then we had to go in to Braunston tunnel it was cold inside but nice when you come out the other end , we join up with another boat and went through Braunston locks together nice to the The Admiral Nelson has reopen . we moored up just before Braunston bridge for the day (rugby was on TV do not want to upset Tina ). there was a gathering of boat in Braunston marine  http://www.boat-share.net/index.htm also there was one of the cheese boat (no not a boat made of cheese but one that sells lovely cheeses http://www.thecheeseboat.co.uk/ 
i will post some photo later hopefully
once again thank you for reading our blog

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