It's a lovely little stroll in the middle of the city that feels historic and authentic. It has locks and gates and bridges and an abandoned boat and ginormous carp living in it.
It needs more quaint canal-side cafes tables and euro-style bistros, but since it doesn't have any shopping or restaurants lining its banks (yet) it's nice and quiet with some shady benches for a peaceful break from the hot crowded sidewalks of Georgetown.
Yes, I got a haircut.
We saw some baby goslings finally, we were wondering if the city was taking some sort of birdie birth control measures like they did in Bend. Well, these little guys made it happen.