This is a blog post in which I write on topical matters concerning my life on the canals and beyond and is a personal view!
So today I was greeted by a local resident waving a copy of last weeks (5th March 2014) London Evening Standard and it’s property supplement which ran a feature on [...]Continue Reading →
This is a blog posting on 1st March to bring you up to date with our winter season and now that spring is here, lets look forward to the next boating season together.
First of all I just need to write something to remind myself in years to come just how wet this winter has [...]Continue Reading →
I still get lots of calls regarding public and private boat trips, so here’s what is possible right now, through to Easter. A full service from all operators will be started in April.
Please note that we do not run regular scheduled public trips – the following is information about other boat operators, [...]Continue Reading →
We survived relatively unscathed here in Little Venice. The strongest winds since 1986 were forecast on the early morning of 28th October 2013 and sure enough they came! I left Lady A as securely moored as possible and returned the next morning to find everything was fine.
A few of our neighbours had a little [...]Continue Reading →
Monday 18th February 2013
It seems Spring doesn’t officially start until 20th March (I had to look this up – it’s not the sort of thing I know by heart) but this weekend has seen some most excellent weather, and today, Monday, it’s been so warm that it feels like summer is just around the [...]Continue Reading →
18th February 2013
Although I’ve done it hundreds and probably thousands of times, there’s always an air of excitement as we approach Camden on the boat. If something interesting is going to happen on the trip then it’s pretty certain to be in Camden, and as we approach the Camden Market mooring point there’s often [...]Continue Reading →
16th February 2013
It may still be February but the sun has been out for the last few days, and it’s at least 48 hours since the last snow melted. So many people are asking me if public boat trips are available, here is a summary of what you can expect if you come to [...]Continue Reading →
It’s about time I started more regular blogging – sorry for the absence but as always, time flies.
These blogs may be about boat trips – why not, since this is a website mostly devoted to our cruises operating from our home moorings in Little Venice.
I do reserve the right to offer my [...]Continue Reading →
What a lovely surprise yesterday when the sun came out and the temperature almost reached 20C. It was just like summer!
Bigger surprise still was the appearance of the first goslings of the year hatched by our resident pair of Egyptian geese here in Little Venice. They are looking wonderful in the sunshine!Continue Reading →
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