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Category Archives: life afloat
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Frank’s theme this week is Tranquil https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/43011194/posts/2088789113 What better sense of tranquility than our days on the boat, puttering upriver on a gloriously sunny day, mooring overnight in peaceful surroundings with the only noise being birdsong…
Frank has given us the theme of overhead today. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/43011194/posts/2369335387 I was thinking of overhead cables, but then remembered this: Yep, this is us on the boat (love our photogenic yellow brush) going under the M5. And this was us … Continue reading
On the boat, we would follow (and anticipate) bad weather on the accuweather site. Rising water levels weren’t a worry as we’d rise with them, but a few times the boats on the river were cut off from the land … Continue reading
I didn’t sleep well last night, but not because it was a strange bed, traffic noise, unfamiliar surroundings, or being over tired. My knee hurt and I couldn’t get comfortable, so I tossed and turned in the single bed whilst … Continue reading
It’s that time of year for my annual mammogram. Come the 19th September, it will be two years since Humphrey was discovered, and come 31st October, 2 years since he was sent to that great Petri dish in the Sky … Continue reading
Frank is right when he says this conjures up a load of meanings. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/43011194/posts/1950690926 I’ve had my fair share of rows with my sister and know how much they used to upset my Mum. Our personalities and attitudes are so … Continue reading
Many of my readers know we lived on a boat in a marina for three years. In that time, we watched nature at close quarters, ducks, geese, swans, even a pheasant once which Maggie lifted on the dog walk and … Continue reading
The cooker is due to come today, and whilst we’ve been waiting, we’ve planted the onions, watered the back garden and cut the front lawn. The old cooker should be collected sometime today, and the double glazing guy is due … Continue reading
We were just getting over Easter and making final preparations for our last trip on the boat. It’s so hard to believe it’s twelve months ago that we left Maggie with MSM and set off, allowing ourselves 10 days to … Continue reading
Please enjoy again my pictures of these beautiful birds. Hopefully we shall be able to see new families raised in the ‘drains’ of Lincolnshire.