We're continuing our journey discovering unmissable places to see on Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal. We're starting in Urquhart Harbour, calling at Urquhart Castle, then the Falls of Foyers and Invermoriston Falls and bridge, before heading to Fort Augustus.
Does the Loch Ness Monster exist? At last, it's finally revealed as we take our boat onto Loch Ness in Scotland in search of the most mysterious creature in the world, Nessie, aka the Loch Ness monster. Colin talks to Naturalist and Loch Ness expert, Adrian Shine, as we look at hundreds of years of sightings, photographs, and searches of the Loch in a bid to finally answer the question, does the Loch Ness monster exist?
Join us as we embark on an amazing adventure, exploring the Caledonian Canal from Inverness to Banavie, near Fort William. We begin our journey by the Torvean and Tomnahurich Swing Bridges in Inverness and cruise to Dochgarroch Lock. Colin climbs Tomnahurich Hill to explore the cemetery and take in the magnificent views from the top, then walks to Ness Islands.
Ever wondered where a canal gets its water from? Well, we're off to visit the MASSIVE tap that fills the Grand Union Canal, kind of... We're on our way from North Kilworth Marina to travel the Welford Arm on our narrowboat. Here, we find out how the canal gets it's water.
Find out why we gave up our home and jobs for THIS! Just over three years ago we decided to sell our house, ditch our jobs, and buy a canal narrowboat. Our YouTube channel has seen huge success but did the life choices we made improve my mental health and lead to a better life?
This week, we're craning out and blacking our narrowboat at North Kilworth Marina. After two years in the water it's time to have narrowboat Silver Fox lifted onto dry land where she'll be washed and repainted.