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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Hillmorton to Rugby

A late start this morning, but only a short run to Master's Bridge. We walked into Rugby town centre, we haven't been here before. We did some much needed shopping, and had a nice lunch in the Royal Thai Cuisine restaurant. One of the items we bought was a travel kettle. I recently had this brainwave to save using gas to boil a kettle, especially on the move. A travel kettle boils enough water for 2 mugs, and it is very low power, so the invertor can cope with it quite nicely.

4 comments:

John & Jo said...

Yes Keith & Jo, we saw you on the TV last night. Great to be reminded of our MH friends. We are on the Lancaster canal near Garstang. We have had a great trip so far, with some wonderful weather, until last Friday when it has not stopped raining and blowing a gale on and off. But we did have a good passage over the Ribble Link on Sunday. Best regards to you both Jo & John (N.B. Acen) Blog nbacen.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Keith,

Much enjoyed see Hadar on the telly and particularly the interview with Jo. Good stuff.

Robert

eric.leech1 said...

Hi Guys, been folowing your blog for some time now (along with other's), but how good it was too see you on the TV on Sunday night. A programme on the Canals just after Julia Bradbury's canal walks programme. Your famous !!

Keith said...

Thank you very much everyone. We were supposed to be told when it was going to be on air so we could let friends know, hence the late notice.