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In Topic: from Harefield to Dunhampstead

25 August 2014 - 06:41 PM

Nothing raises it`s ugly head. But as always some would have a problem somewhere and dozens of others moor in the same place without incident.

Enjoy the trip.

In Topic: What's happened to Julynian?

25 August 2014 - 03:21 PM


Fair enough not want to make an issue but if we chuck all kinds of stuff in to General Boating why do we need forums with various sections? My guess is the headings are designed to direct members to the locations that have an interest at that time. If junk creeps in some good info could be overlooked or a genuine concern remaining unanswered.  

Which is why I like the `new content` button, oh and donuts/doughnuts. Wife is American, teaches English to U.S. university students and she thinks the UK spelling is correct.


edit, but not tires/tyres says we have it wrong

In Topic: Taking boat form Whilton Marina to London

25 August 2014 - 03:12 PM

Better in that i could stand behind my counter safe in the knowledge my fair treatment to all meant the guy coming through the door wants to buy more and NOT knock my head off. Still make a profit but what a nice way to do it.

In Topic: Taking boat form Whilton Marina to London

25 August 2014 - 02:50 PM


I disagree.


When a business sets out to specifically target the inexperienced, they succeed because there is an inexhaustible supply of inexperienced people.


It's the way the human race works!



So you think there are perhaps enough to keep a business afloat. It`s a small % of the human race seeking a boat but with housing costs being what they are that % is going up so perhaps your right.


Always better though to have a good reputation and a big customer base of the experienced and innocents.

In Topic: Battery charging, with 12V sockets and a multimeter

25 August 2014 - 02:33 PM