Some of the locks at Audlem in the January snowfall.
Our first experience of 'Twin Locks'.
A frosty night for Mr Spider's home
The Anderton Lift linking the Trent and Mersey canal to the River Weaver.
Can't remember where this was taken, but it must have been chilly as the photo looks like we'd taken it from inside.
The colourization of the canal water is from the local iron ore mines that water flows through.
Benji, our youngest Hungarian Viszla.
The Albert Dock in Liverpool.
What else would you do on a sunny day in March.
Back to the Audlem Locks, clearly the photo's aren't in chronological order!
Moon's out early today.
The 'Boys on Tour' on the hills around the Peak Forest Canal.
One of the lift bridges we travelled through this year.
Sunset on the Lancaster Canal.
Binks, our oldest Hungarian Viszla.
Back to the Albert Docks in Liverpool.
Time to do a bit of fishing on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal.
Sorry, forget where this was taken.
A scenic lock on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal.
Dusk on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal looking back from where we were moored.
and the same place looking forward.
Near the Rufford Branch of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
Going up the brook that links the River Ribble with the Lancaster Canal (Part of what is known as The Ribble Link)
Up on The Cloud near the Macclesfield Canal.
One of the pounds on The Huddersfield Narrow Canal.
When in Rome, well Morcambe actually . . . . . .
Getting to the end of the day on The Lancaster Canal
Iced in on the Trent and Mersey.
Sorry, another one I can't remember where it was taken.
Well this is our last boating blog for 2013 and I'll be sure to do another post from and about Jersey before we head back to Badger Sett on the 6th January 2014.
And so in signing off,