The mixed messaging and new challenges seem to be continuing here confusingly in the UK. One minute the government says one thing, the next it's all change.
We relished the quietness of a few of night's mooring near Bettisfield, watching the spectacular sunsets once again, right on the edge of the Welsh border.
Barry's a little late posting his favourite images this year, due to other commitments. I'm sure it'll be worth the wait - I'm excited to be revisiting the memories all the amazing places we visited in 2016. Over to Barry ... Areandare's 2016 pictorial journey begins Shugborough Hall looking bleak and leafless! Then onto the … Continue reading Barry’s Favourite Images of 2016 Part One
One of the many joys of living on a narrowboat is being endearingly close to nature. We love wildlife spotting, and look forward to watching the young ducklings, goslings and cygnets each spring. We've often wondered why we don't ever see baby herons, and were recently informed they breed in 'heronries'. On Tuesday we were … Continue reading Our first ever sighting of baby herons