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Old 19-05-2014, 10:21   #16
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Re: The "other" cruisers.

Englands inland cruising history..

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Old 19-05-2014, 10:23   #17
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I always wanted to take a barge holiday.
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Old 19-05-2014, 10:25   #18
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At about 1:30 or before. Watch how controlled they are entering that lock.

Could be the beer.

impressive.

EDIT: How many takes do you think it took?
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I always wanted to take a barge holiday.
One of the most fun and relaxing boating experiences ever..... and one of the few boating pastimes where things dont break that often.......
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Re: The "other" cruisers.

We love canal boat holidays, and you have to love the fact that 57' of boat is considered barely adequate.

Crew also love the fact that you can get off and walk if the skipper is giving you the s--ts.

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River and canal boating is VASTLY under rated. A wonderful time.
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I want one with a pony
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Have a job fitting a Cat in there..
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Prrrrr.

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LMAO... 1 outa 3 aint...
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Not a chance! There is etiquette to these things. But as I discovered it is possible that you may be provided with a goat. The goat has no sense of humour but the locals do.
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I just want to nose you all that Arsenal won the F A cup this year.

Just saying because its barge related.

GO GUNNERS!!

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