Life on a boat happens at such breakneck speed that you need to relax whenever you can. Seen here during the Little Venice cavalcade.
Between Regent’s Park and Little Venice is a section of canal that is home to a small community. You can walk along the path during the daytime and enjoy the eclectic bric-a-brac along the way.
Down by the touristy Fisherman’s Wharf is a marina with a lot of boats. Be careful though, you may run into the bush man!
On a scorching summer day there’s nothing better than gently floating down the canal with a tub of rhubarb above your head*, Seen at Grand Union canal in Paddington Basin. * My previous attempts at identifying things have fallen a little flat, so this may … Continue reading Rhubarb Express
If you’re going to live in a canal boat you may as well add a bit of sparkle to it.
Oxford is a lovely looking city. Sadly I didn’t get chance to go on one of the punts.
Perched on top of Liberty, the mock Tudor department store, is this golden boat. A bit of research has shown that the timbers on the exterior of the building were from two old navy boats, and I can only assume this is a replica of … Continue reading Liberty Boat
I’m sure there’s a bumper sticker on this boat that starts My other boat is a… Seen while walking along the Thames in Hampton.
It’s not often the words ‘boat’ and ‘trumpet’ go together but… this boat has its own trumpeters.