Short canal tramp

Earlier, in Spring, I had a bit of time so thought a short walk along a canal might be in store. The section of the Grand Union Canal wasn't all that far, so headed toward it.

What can I say about these things? They have straight edges with water in-between and once in a while a narrow boat goes by.

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The Spring bluebells were out. Noticed these enroute.

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Locks are there to move the canal boats up or down to the next water level. Time consuming.

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This is what it looks lke inside a drained one.
Needs a bit of a clean up I'd say.

For the most part walking along side a canal is quite boring. Hey, it's just a strip of water and not much else.

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This particular offering broke up the monotony. The owners spent a lot of effort on their spring floral display (and the fact that it was clean instead of needing a lot of attention).

Unless a canal can present something better than this, I doubt very much whether I will waste much time on them again (I'll leave that up to the TV people). They might be good for a link between trails in some places though. The exercise did me good—covered around 8 miles total.
Jun 28, 2015




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