Goring

Wanderlust moored (improperly) below Goring's lock and weir.

Wanderlust moored (improperly) below Goring’s lock and weir.

A day’s cruise upstream from Wanderlust’s base in Caversham is the English village of Goring-on-Thames.  Early in October, at the edge of fall, we moored overnight at Goring’s lock.  With the sounds of the water of the Thames rushing over the nearby weir filling the air we spent a peaceful night.

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Moorings in Paris

Before reaching a safe mooring pleasure boats must first survive the heavy commercial traffic on the Seine.

Before reaching a safe mooring pleasure boats must first survive the heavy commercial traffic on the Seine.

The beauty of owning a barge is the wide range of places where you can moor.   In Wanderlust we can stay in the heart of cities.  We can move our home to the middle of London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Toulouse.  She can also be tied to the bank Continue reading

And the story begins…

Wanderlust, still in the cradle of the crane, touches the water for the first time

Wanderlust, still in the cradle of the crane, touches the water for the first time

The story of how Wanderlust came in to being and our adventures in her has begun.  Apologies for the story being out of chronological order.  Sometimes that’s just how things work out.