Where I Go In My Dreams (Part 14)

In which The Author visits a non-existent tourist attraction

I’m sorry to relate that Co-Codamol is part of my life once again, and my dreams have been interesting for the past week or so. Last night’s was a real adventure, though.
I was back in the Forest of Dean, exploring the small villages off the bus routes. In one of them, I discovered a fantastic means of getting around, which obviously doesn’t exist, but which I found extremely appealing. A system of canals had been built in and around the Forest – linking Coleford, Cinderford, Lydney, Newent, Ross-on-Wye, and the smaller settlements – with boats of varying sizes to shuttle between them. The propulsion systems were quite revolutionary as well, but I can’t begin to describe them in detail. They looked something like the prop-driven boats which roam the Florida Everglades.
I woke up thinking that it would be a really good idea, as a green alternative to road transport for freight, and an obvious way for people to travel between the major population centres.
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