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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

floating pairs

Back to Sunday's canal cruise for my pair
nice and dry inside although you can go through those doors onto a small viewing area at the front and the rain was drizzle rather than downpour so I did venture out several times.  Inside the windows offer plenty of view drifting past as well as several refills of tea of coffee.  The boat is wider than a traditional narrow boat to accommodate more people

Looking forward to the normal variety of pairs from all who participate.

8 comments:

Maggie said...

Looks like a great way to travel. What a shame you didn't have better weather.

Miriam said...

Ah! but a great reason to go again? I see dots and spots & purple. Doesn't get much better for me! A great Pair.

Sian said...

I'm sure I'd enjoy that. It looks great.

And I had totally forgotten until now..the one time I did a Thames River Cruise, on a school trip, it was so cold and wet the teacher nearly ended up with a class full of kids with exposure

Karen said...

Great idea for a pair; reminds me of the Architectural Boat Tour we took in Chicago many years ago. It rained harder than any day I could remember. My feet were dyed the color of my shoes by the end of the day. We had to view the wonderful architecture from inside the boat; hardly ideal. Now that Sarah lives just outside Chicago, another boat tour is on my bucket list.

Ruth said...

The interior certainly looks a lot smarter than the one we like at Little Venice!

marshaleith said...

I would love to travel this way...so cozy.

Prairie Jill said...

Looks like fun, wet or dry!

Sandie said...

Tea, cake and canals, what could be better?! A great combination and photos.