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Far Cough 6:57 Fri Oct 12
Narrowboating?
Anyone tried it?

Looks great

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Nurse Ratched 9:14 Mon Oct 15
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Not bad, Vexed. Not bad at all.

Vexed 9:08 Mon Oct 15
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Boltkunt excitedly clicked on this thread thinking it was news about pioneering new surgery.

Don Ravioli 3:40 Mon Oct 15
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Capital man 4.08
Hahahhahahahahahahahahahha
Do sometimes miss having a joint.

violator 2:16 Mon Oct 15
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Claret Badger 3:29 Mon Oct 15

Walked over that last year, got a mate who lives in Llangollen, impressive structure

Gavros 1:28 Mon Oct 15
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water way to have a good time

Gavros 1:27 Mon Oct 15
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This chemical toilet is a saniflow 33. This little baby can cope with anything, and I mean anything. Earlier I put a pound of mashed up Dundee Cake down there.

Not a trace. Peace of mind I'm sure... especially if you have elderly relatives.

BRANDED 12:57 Mon Oct 15
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Is that what they call it up your way son?

Percy Dalton 11:32 Mon Oct 15
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Poxy sat-nav.
No wonder I got lost.

Capitol Man 4:08 Mon Oct 15
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I went on a boating holiday with a few of my mates on the Norfolk broads. It was during the time when I smoked quite a lot. The entire boat was like a seven berth floating bong for a week. How none of us drowned I have no idea as if someone had gone overboard I don’t think the rest could have been summoned up the effort to save them.

Claret Badger 3:29 Mon Oct 15
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i've always fancied taking a boat over the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Capitol Man 3:03 Mon Oct 15
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You seem to be having a bit of a meltdown old boy. Hasn’t the doc given you some special tablets for that?

It must have been after I upset you earlier.

Willtell 3:01 Mon Oct 15
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It's ideal for wankers with narrow mind Capitol Mong. It'll certainly suit you...

Capitol Man 2:59 Mon Oct 15
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Did we uncover what level of depravity this term describes?

Alfs 1:48 Mon Oct 15
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Anyone remember a tv series back in the 80s with Leigh Lawson? He travelled the country in a narrowboat trying to clear his name, accompanied by music from Clannad.

I loved it and ever since have fancied living in a narrowboat.

Gavros 12:53 Mon Oct 15
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Yes it would.

Highly annoying when people go on about Manchester all the time.

Awful place.

Syd Puddefoot 12:51 Mon Oct 15
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That would be the Leeds Liverpool Canal.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:14 Sun Oct 14
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The Manchester-Liverpool canal goes through West Yorkshire?


***turns map inside out***

Percy Dalton 2:07 Sat Oct 13
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Just spent five days in West Yorkshire.
Had a walk from Saltaire to Bingley on the Manchester to Liverpool canal.
Bingley five rise locks is a fantastic sight.
Wouldn't mind a bit of that myself.

joe royal 10:20 Sat Oct 13
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I’ve always fancied going from lime house to Manchester via the canals .

wanstead_hammer 10:06 Sat Oct 13
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67

Haha

Sven Roeder 8:39 Sat Oct 13
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I sometimes see that Great Canal Journeys on Channel 4 where 80 something married couple Timothy West and Prunella Scales travel around the UK ( and some in Europe) on a boat.
Prunella Scales is suffering from the onset of dementia and is often a bit vague or confused.
Quite moving the way he looks out for her and they still get out and do it.
It DOES look a great way to get around the place and see the country.

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