Narrow Dog to Carcassonne

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The interior of the Phyllis May, a 60-foot canal narrow boat that the Darlingtons sailed across the English Channel and down the Rhone.
Terry Darlington
The Darlingtons and their dogs at home in Stone, England. Jim (right), a whippet, accompanied them on their journey.
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Sailing through Fradley, a village in Staffordshire, England.
Terry Darlington
Crossing the perilous English Channel in the pint-size Phyllis May as a freighter passes by.
Keith Wootton
The Eiffel Tower, as seen from the Phyllis May.
Terry Darlington
A view of the Belgian town of Namur, near Brussels.
Terry Darlington
The Darlingtons' end goal: Carcassonne, a fortified city in southern France.
Keith Wootton
The Darlingtons at the helm. After Carcassonne, they tackled a voyage along the Intracoastal Waterway from Virginia to the Gulf of Mexico, which was the inspiration for their most recent book, Narrow Dog to Indian River.
Keith Wootton

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