A Walk Along The Canal Side – bliss.

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A walk along the canal side is always going to bring joy. Last Thursday, the weather turned bright and cheerful, so we set off to walk beside the water to enliven our spirit and enjoy the softness of feeling that being beside water always brings. Come with me as I walk and listen to the sounds of Spring.

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The is the Grand Union Canal.

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12 thoughts on “A Walk Along The Canal Side – bliss.

  1. Loved your photo’s Oma, and nothing like messing about near the river! 🙂 I loved Toad of Toad Hall… One of the first plays I remember seeing in the theatre on a school trip in the juniors school 🙂 I can still see toad now and the rats on stage.. 🙂 xxxx

  2. a wonderful walk with you Oma!…I enjoyed the the scenery as it always looks so mystical to me
    like there is a mystery around each corner…:)
    Thank you…it feels like Spring is arriving (yeah) I love Winter though this year I need Spring more
    Take Care…You Matter…

  3. It feels so good to be outside in the sunshine again after this miserable winter. A lovely place to walk! I hope we get a good Spring, there is so much to do in the garden too.

  4. I love canal walks, river walks and walking near the sea, something magical about it isn’t there. Also woodland walks but not keen on moorland walks, something to stark about that and a bit scary in my opinion!

  5. Hello tthere
    Last time we were in England, friends took us to Stoke Bruerne where we had lunch in one of the pubs by the canal. It was a glorious day – made even more better by seeing the narrow boats coming up and down the waterway (Grand Union Canal – same one as yours lol) and going through the locks.
    Thanks for bringing back a memory of a lovely day out
    Take care

    • Thanks for the link Cathy. I will enjoy reading about Stoke Bruerne – a place that I have yet to visit! My youngest son has been there with his school, many years ago and I remember him coming home and telling me that they all went into the souvenir shop afterwards and bought a little something. His friend bought a ballpoint pen and then promptly dropped it in the canal. There were tears! I can’t remember what David bought, but whatever it was, it got home safely.

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