Monday, 11 February 2008

Dirty Duck Canal Walk Post 1

Well after that fab Sunday lunch of roast beef ect and a pint of dark ale at the Dirty Duck,
we start our walk along the Grantham Canal, over the bridge, but this time we turn and head
Nottingham way, but 1st take a look under this bridge and its reflections. This set of Locks are the ones I posted prev where they were in repair.
We continue the walk in tonights post. Dont forget to click and enlarge, this way you wont miss a person having a pint upside downhaha.



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8 comments:

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

Lovely set of posts (and photos) - can smell that beef and yorkshire...

Is Woolsthorpe Manor (Isaac Newton's place) up from there?

DeeMom said...

SO where is that DUCK???

;)
Neat pictures

Old Wom Tigley said...

That looks a great pub to start off from... but a much better place to head to... neat reflections as well..

smilnsigh said...

Fantastic reflection photo!!!

But... no photos of your yummy meal? Come on, we want food/drink photos tooooooooo. :-)

Mari-Nanci

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

You know, you're the second blog today I've read mention of roast beef and yorkshire pudding! YUM! My hubby makes WONDERFUL yorkshire pudding -- we really do enjoy making real British fare (we are both cooks, as we run a gourmet shop, and we have several favorite British cookbooks at home). I've even made "toad in the hole" which we all liked very much.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

You know, you're the second blog today I've read mention of roast beef and yorkshire pudding! YUM! My hubby makes WONDERFUL yorkshire pudding -- we really do enjoy making real British fare (we are both cooks, as we run a gourmet shop, and we have several favorite British cookbooks at home). I've even made "toad in the hole" which we all liked very much.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Certainly have some really reflection shots on your journey. very nice

RuneE said...

I haven't had time to follow your excursion before now, but it was really a great joy. Except for the pub (of course!) - I fell for your picture of the bridge - a great angle.