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Sue - there has to be a grissily end to somebody in a whodunit! :) And there indeed was in mine also. The author described the views and soap suds so well I could visualise everything.
I was in two minds as to what picture to put on as there was a barge selling all sorts of cheeses. It's like a parade of shops for the folk that live permanently on the canal.Francine there was a whodonit on the radio about a Victorian woman who hitched a ride on a barge, can't remember where she was going but I think she met a grissily end, would that be the same whodonit you read. I'm pleased you all liked todays puzzles, thank you...Sue
This is lovely, I wonder if they do well. So different.Thanks sue:-)
I agree with everyone else - a stroll along the canal to check out the wares would be interesting to me. Thank you.
I agree, Joyce. Would also be fun to go on a boat ride. Once read Ngaio Marsh's whodonit 'Clutch of Constables' where the heroine took a five-day cruise on a canal. Though she could have walked faster, it sounded like an enjoyable experience.~ Thanks Sue.
This looks like fun; stroll along the water and stop and check out the wares!! Nice one Sue, thanks!! :)))(time, 5:19)