PESO: On the canal again

jcoyle at jcoyle at
Fri Jan 17 18:48:49 EST 2020

My brother (who lives in Bath) used to have a share in a narrow boat, so
some years ago Jan and I went for a week on the canals with him.  We passed
through beautiful countryside, very tranquil when you are meandering along
at 2-3 miles per hour, only to be woken with a jolt when you come to yet
another lock!  On our first day we handled (that should be man and
woman-handled) 22 of them...
Great time though, and some excellent food in country pubs just off the

John in Brisbane

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From: PDML <pdml-bounces at> On Behalf Of ann sanfedele
Sent: Friday, 17 January 2020 8:31 AM
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Subject: Re: PESO: On the canal again

That's just gorgeous,  a lovely mood..  I want to jump right into the scene
and find out what is around the bend... mmmm


On 1/16/2020 4:36 PM, Postmaster wrote:
> A bit further along the canal this time:
> Background: Yesterday (Wednesday) Lisa and I took a walk along the 
> Tennet & Avon Canal, from Bath to Bradford-on-Avon. It's around 12 
> miles from our hotel in Bath to the center of Bradford-on-Avon and all 
> pretty much dead flat because it's on the canal tow path. The weather 
> changed constantly from rain to cloudy to sunny and back. This photo 
> was obviously taken during one of the sunny spells. Because the walk 
> was so easy we finished in much less time that we'd planned for (we're 
> used to the arduous terrain of the Pennine Way, White Mountains, etc.) 
> so we had a pint at a pub in Bradford-on-Avon and explored the place a 
> little. It's a beautiful little town with lots on medieval 
> architecture and an old Saxon church. Well worth the trip.

ann sanfedele photography

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