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Tag Archives: boat maintenance
It has been an odd couple of days, and when it’s been time to settle down with the laptop and WP in the evening, we’ve been having a few problems. But you know, we’re used to it, the getting pi55ed … Continue reading
Hubby lifted the back boards to check on the coolant pipes and discovered some serious drippage in the bilge. He had already replaced one hose last year, and true to form, it was now the other that was giving us … Continue reading
The guys trundled down the pontoon this morning at 9.48 having got caught in traffic. I went up to the office to log them in as Hubby made them coffee. Looking into the hole that is our engine bay, they … Continue reading
Ok, maybe just a glimpse of daylight through a flap in the back canopy, BUT we have just had a phone call to say the guys are coming to fix the boat tomorrow at 9am. Coffees have been ordered (one … Continue reading
I hate money. Seriously. Sure, we are managing OK at the moment, but just as we seem to be making progress, a problem presents itself and I’m checking out the pennies again. Many people think that to eat healthily costs … Continue reading
After a really pleasant day yesterday, we watched ‘I Frankenstein’ (Aaron Eckhart) in the evening, and retired to bed around 11.15. Hubby always checks the touch sensitive digital display screen to make sure everything is as it should be, and … Continue reading
There has been quite a lot of activity here in the marina since our departure on June 30th. We have a new brood of cygnets, at least three new batches of ducklings (10, 5 and 4) and the little darlings … Continue reading
Today has been absolutely dire, but first thing this morning was a different matter. After a good night’s sleep all round, Hubby was up first as is the norm, but Maggie and I settled down with the whole bed to … Continue reading