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The River Oise and along the St Quentin Canal

The 2012 journey so far: Paris to Compiegne using the Rivers Seine and Oise: 173 kms, 22 locks. A brief diversion along l’Aisne for the Armistice Clearing: five kilometres off the Oise, no locks. Compiegne to St Quentin via Pont … Continue reading

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Airoplanes, Adapted Vans, Trains and .. Boats.

Going back in time, since our last blog, our final weeks in Australia were spent at our gorgeous house on the Hawkesbury River in a mix of frantic preparation for our departure (packing up the house, again) and enjoying time … Continue reading

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Paris in February: Busy, one way or another.

Well.. when we signed off on our last blog (before the Top 10 Restaurants) we said we had found a new engine to solve our under-power issue: A Yanma (the same engine but with 15hp more and turbo charged) which would provide … Continue reading

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Weesp, NL: Consigning ourselves to the big shed!

In our last blog we mentioned Stewart was going to be using a fork lift to be able to get off  and on Endellion whilst in the shed. We can happily confirm that all went well… For reasons we don’t … Continue reading

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The Amsterdam circuit – part 2

We signed off our last blog at the gorgeous town of Leiden .. before leaving Stewart met with Jacqueline Sollevelv from MS Netherland to talk about how the two countries could benefit from sharing ideas for fund-raising and communications. They … Continue reading

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The Amsterdam circuit – before painting

On our travels along the gorgeous Vecht canal (see our earlier blog) we were surprised to find a lovely tjalk (Dutch barge) coming alongside us as we were moored at Hinderdam. It turned out the tjalk was owned by Joop and … Continue reading

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Paris in February: Birthdays and other special gatherings

New Year seems many months behind us although we have only  ‘lost’ 54 days of 2011 so far .. seems to be flying by! And hardly lost as the memories will stay with us for years to come because of … Continue reading

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Origins of the Paris F5m Manifesto

Stewart writes about a wonderful lunch gathering we had with friends who, like the two of us, either have MS or have a close family member with MS. Jeremy Wright, CEO of MS Research Australia, described the outcome of this gathering of friends, … Continue reading

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