Monday, 14 September 2009

Hurleston Bridge, Llangollen Canal

Dredging!! On the Middlewich Branch

An early start to try to get to the Hurleston Locks before too big a queue. Not possible. There were two going up already when we got there and 3 boats in front of us.

David, kindly, let me walk up to the main road at the top of the locks so that I could catch a bus into Chester for a bit of retail therapy, while he did the locks (with help from the man behind who was in a hurry!!!! and the lock keeper).

David moored up at the moorings just past the bridge at the top of the locks and I joined him later that afternoon.

Back on the Llangollen - just look at that bywash. You could surf that.

No Internet connection up here so this post is backdated.

Here is a card from the archives. The base card is purply-pink and I added a strip of white card which I cut using shaped scissors. Some silver, stringy type, ribbon was then wrapped around and fixed at the back with double sided tape. The panel and the ribbon was then fixed to the card. Two holographic die-cut cats were stuck onto the ribbon and a peel-off sentiment added below.

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