On Tuesday evening, Odenwald Association members had beautiful weather for their evening cruise along the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Seagull Trust, a charity which provides canal trips and holidays for the disabled and their families.
In calm waters with beautiful reflections, Charlie, Walter, Greg and Andy entertained the group with songs as they gently sailed along serenading not only the members but the wildlife of swans, ducks, ducklings, moorhens and even a fox on the banking!
Many thanks to Captain Steve who told us about the history of the canals and a little bit about the Seagull Trust and the boat we were on, named, “the Woodenspoon”.
For one member, Emma, the highlight of the evening was being allowed to ‘captain’ and steer the boat along a stretch, for which she received a certificate as proof. “Well Done Emma.”
Everyone agreed that this was a lovely way to bring the 2016 – 2017 session to a close.