The Erie Canal is used mostly by pleasure craft these days, but Jonathan L had the chance to see a major industrial shipment pass through.
After walking beside the River Thames for 3 days, PortMoresby ends this section of path by visiting 2 favorites in Kew Gardens.
On the final day of this walk along the River Thames, PortMoresby pays a visit to Kew Palace, one of a number of fascinating attractions located within the Royal Botanic Gardens, just outside central London.
Onward for a 3rd day of walking along the Thames Path, PortMoresby is astonished to stumble into a remnant of historic Richmond Palace.
PortMoresby's walk along the Thames Path continues with a visit to one of the "most complete survivals of 17th century fashion and power."
PortMoresby returns to London and the River Thames, walking along the 184 mile national path that follows one of world’s most famous waterways, from rural idyll, through dynamic London and beyond.
Samantha visits the Dillon Reservoir, a great spot in Colorado for outdoor recreation and beautiful views.
Samantha takes us back to Lake Havasu, and the story of how the 1830 London Bridge came to the American desert.
A disused lock and Melbourne Marina in Yorkshire. Some of the canals are overgrown and are gradually being cleared.
Ian Cook shares the Unlock sculpture, a large wooden piece of public art which is next to the canal towpath in an area that forms part of Greenheart Regional Park in the borough of Wigan.
Ian Cook shares some great memorable monochrome images of the longest canal waterway in the U.K.
With France's bid for the 2024 Olympics pending, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo hopes to have the river clean enough for Olympic swimming events.
Living in southern California for most of my life, I have spent a few weekends in Catalina. It’s only a short hour hour boat ride from Long Beach, but it seems like a world away. I love that it is so small and everyone gets around on golf...
Amsterdam is famous for its canals and picture-postcard setting. You can spend days just wandering up and down and around the many canals and waterways admiring the beautiful tree-lined paths, the classic architecture of the buildings...
On long walks, day after day along a river, it’s impossible not to notice the boats, many of them progressing not much faster than I. I love to watch them but prefer to walk myself, imagining my legs itching to get moving after...