On Canada’s Great Lakes, there’s usually either too much or not enough wind. Continue reading “LAKES, GREAT AND SMALL”
Looking back in my sailing logbook. Continue reading “CRUISING ON THE LAKE”
At barely seven feet wide, it’s quite a trick to get a six foot eight inch narrow boat through the canal lock, leaving only two inches clearance on each side. It’s the other end of the scale to the giant Panama Canal locks. Continue reading “A CANAL DISCOVERED”
Tasting new whiskies in Switzerland, of all places, in Yorkshire and some old favourites at home.
Continue reading “WHISKY TRAVELS”
Lincoln is a fascinating small town in the middle of England, with a magnificent cathedral, an ancient castle, lots of pubs and a copy of the Magna Carta. Continue reading “LINCOLN GREEN”
Life in a small village in England has its own charms. Continue reading “VILLAGE LIFE”
Lunch in Germany? What a charming idea! Continue reading “A SIDE OF FREIBURG”