- Ian and Irene Jameison
- In 1977 we hired our first narrowboat from Anglo Welsh at Market Harborough.From that moment our destiny was set. In 2006 we finally purchased our own brand new 57' narrowboat which we named 'Free Spirit'. Our aim is to travel the length and breadth of all the navigable rivers and canals of the UK. This will be our story as it unfolds.
Monday, 21 September 2015
A fond farewell Mo
Devastated by the news that Mo (nb Balmaha) has lost his fight with cancer. Met Mo and Ness for the first time on the Harborough Arm way back in 2008 and a nicer person you couldn't wish to meet. Many times since our paths have crossed and it was only in June this year that we saw them again in Gloucester before their epic journey across the tidal River Severn estuary to Portishead. Our hearts and thoughts go out to Ness and the family.
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- Sods Law
- Phew....Managed to keep the secret....just
- Now here's a tale to tell.
- Only £2995 for 30 minutes!
- A fond farewell Mo
- X rated
- PCDST ( see further down the post for meaning)
- 'Edge to edge next time misses' said the lad with ...
- Not really the done thing.
- Not the best place to moor.
- A lesson learnt.
- Bottoms to near to the top for our liking
- Shouted at, close shave, so who's steering and wha...
- Mmmmm......Think C&RT may well have been right
- Moved on by C&RT
- Slight amendment to yesterdays post.
- Overview of the Aylesbury Arm basin
- Aylesbury......lovely canal........very hard work
- Long walk, bloggers catchup and being an idiot wit...
- Wendover Arm..... just a tad silted and what is th...
- Pulled pins, tilted boat, cuprits found.
- We have a plague.
- Diesel boats and dinosaur's.
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