Monthly Archives: August 2016

Communication difficulties on barges

this weekend, Adrian and I traveled to Dochgarroch twice; on friday taking Loch Ness Barge West, then on Saturday we crewed for a friend aboard her narrow boat. ¬†On both trips I realised we suffered from the same problems; mostly … Continue reading

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A weekend away in Dochgarroch

19 August 2016 we set off from Muirtown basin in glorious weather, heading from our home mooring in Inverness to Dochgarroch, the next village along the Caledonian Canal. By car this journey takes 10 minutes, by bike along the tow … Continue reading

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‘Festival of Architecture’ cancelled for Loch Ness Barge

The event project ‘architecture in a bottle’ for Loch Ness Barge was cancelled sadly, not only creating a hole in the kitty, but we now need a new reason to cruise this summer, to blow away the cobwebs (literal as … Continue reading

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