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Category Archives: Marina
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
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
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
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
Scheduled post. My blogging friend Sarah walks miles with her dog Choppy and keeps a tally. You can see this past week’s figures here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/7256074/posts/1750354965 When we were on the boat, Hubby and/or I had to walk Maggie up 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.
I did a post some time ago about how transient the boating life is, and regular readers will know that we are no longer a part of it now. The couple mentioned in that post have now found a buyer … Continue reading
Hubby and I walked the dog up to the market this morning. What would normally have taken us about twenty minutes took three quarters of an hour. This is a friendly town and our faces seem to be well known. … Continue reading
I went down to the marina tonight for Maggie’s final wee and got chatting to a couple of our friends. There are a lot of cars I don’t recognise, and a lot of new faces too, including a young family … Continue reading