Linda and I just returned from a surgical strike trip (more on that later) to visit the Canal Cities of the Low Countries. For me that means Amsterdam, Delft and Bruges. Oh the canals.
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On most days, canal means the Chittenden Canal – flowing through The Valley Club – as it waits to receive a golf ball I have just hit. Or it means one of the many agricultural canals carrying water to the ranches and farms. As a child that meant the canals on Harsen’s Island when I would visit my friend Bill Dawson. As an adult it meant life on the Hood Canal (a misnamed glaciated fjord in Washington state). I really like canal cities such as Venice in Italy or San Antonio in the United States.
So what do canals mean to you?
One Reply to “The Canal Cities in the Low Countries.”
Not so much canals, but Low Country to me is Charleston, SC and Savannah, Ga.