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Category Archives: narrow boat
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
Today saw the door close on our boating life. Hopefully we will still keep in touch with our boating friends, but are officially no longer boat owners having signed her over to new owners this afternoon. Signing the paperwork took … Continue reading
So here we were. The boat berthed on the other side of the finger was owned by a real character who invited us aboard his widebeam for the evening. We accepted his kind offer but were stinky and dirty so … Continue reading
Day 8: Tuesday 25th April We had certainly had a variety of weather, from rain, sleet, hail and sunshine. We even had ice on the helm one morning! We were both sporting tans of a sort (read panda eyes for … Continue reading
Day 7: Monday 24th April We’re here, berthed at the top of Hatton Flight Lock Number 46 where you can have 48 hours free mooring. It’s the Big Challenge and time to show the world what we’re made of. Or … Continue reading
Our journey yesterday had taken us over an aqueduct….. our first. We don’t know what we were expecting, but to be honest we were a little disappointed. The view was probably more interesting from below, seeing a boat going over … Continue reading