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 Llangollen Canal at Wrenbury
To be continued …
Is it just me, or is it normal to feel the older one gets, the faster time seems to fly?
I suspect 2016 will be a year that goes down in history as one of immense and irreversible change, for a multitude of reasons. It also brought a few challenges to Barry and I in our lives less ordinary aboard Areandare, as well as many more magical memories. I’ll certainly be happy to welcome 2017 – I have high hopes for it to be amazing.
In January we left Mercia Marina earlier than expected. Having been invited to take up a trade mooring for the winter; the income we made there only just paid for the monthly morning charge. Consequently this winter we chose to remain ‘on the cut’ – and of course we’ve both been working in kinda ‘proper’ jobs too … Read More
The Roving Canal Traders Association Floating Christmas Market finished on Sunday, after nine days of trading. I suspect that’s a record that will be hard to beat!
Jenny and I made it to The Mailbox in time for the Radio WM breakfast show (you can listen in to the show by clicking this link, Jenny is 19.30 minutes in – but only for another 25 days!). It was touch and go for a while, as the security person was invisible and we almost left thinking we’d gone to the incorrect entrance. Fortunately the show producer, Dean, found us in time and let us in.