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We have returned to Ireland this week because of my knee.
We flew back to Ireland on Monday evening because I had a follow up appointment with the Consultant. The good news is that today I had another MRI scan on my knee and met with the Consultant afterwards. As I had … Continue reading
Posted in Adrian injury, front page Tagged Chalon, channel tunnel from Folkestone to Calais, Dublin, Gap Year, MRI Scan., Nottingham, Sligo, srida bike 3 Comments
Once again we have landed on our feet! Chalon perfect for the winter
Yesterday was our first day at winter mooring in Chalon sur Saone. It’s perfect! We deserve it as we had to travel for 42 days, motoring 1525 km, go through 171 locks and 3 tunnels to get here! A lot … Continue reading
What a difference a year and eight days make!
Saint Jean de Losne, a small town on the Saone River, won’t mean a lot to you, but it is significant for Nuala and I. We moored in St Jean on Monday night, a year and eight days since we … Continue reading
Two days to our winter destination in Chalon sur Saone- another coincidence
We are now cruising down the Saone and nearly at the end of our boat travels for this year. This journey has been both a great adventure and a time of personal awareness. We keep having good coincidences, as if … Continue reading
Posted in Adrian injury, Experiences on the Canals, front page, On the Journey, People We have Meet on the Gap Year, People who have helped us on our way, Places visited, Reflections on Life Tagged Berlin, Chalon, Chalon sur Saone, Craclin'Rosie, Dusseldorf, Foxy Lady, Herminie ll, paris, Saone, Zeuthen 9 Comments
A catch up blog- We have lost track of each other.
Over the last few weeks we have changed our plans and moved the boat quite a long way and I realise you might have lost track of us and not know where we are or what we are doing.
The luck of the Irish- How a key ring saved our plans to get to winter mooring in Chalon sur Saone.
Yesterday was a tough day. Sorry no blogs, it has been very busy as we have gone through three countries to get from Cochem on the Moselle to Richardmenil on Canal des Vosges. Yesterday when we arrived at the Liverdun … Continue reading
Koblenz to Cochem on Moselle
We are now on the Moselle River having left the Rhine at Koblenz. What a difference! No more 7km current against us and endless barges. Instead we have a tranquil river, very pretty villages and lots of tourists. But you … Continue reading
Henrichenburg Boat Lift and Buying a Carpet for the Boat
Last week we motored from Munster to Henrichenburg on the Elms Canal. We only stopped there because I wanted to visit the barge museum and ancient boat lifts. Nuala said we have a schedule to keep but as I would love … Continue reading
Posted in C'est La Vie - The Boat, Experiences on the Canals, front page, On the Journey Tagged Barge museum in Henrichenburg, Berlin, boat lift, Boat lifts, C'est la Vie, Coincidences, Elms Canal, Henrichenburg, Hornbach, Munster, Munster to Henrichenburg, Nuala, Potsdam, St Louis Arzviller Boat Lift in France, Yacht Club Henrichenburg Leave a comment