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  7. Such folk pay their full share of a licence and, by virtue of being the above quoted "boats who never leave marinas", have the lowest possible impact on the canal infrastructure. We should all be grateful for their contribution and lightness of touch rather than treat them with disdain.
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  14. The Trust doesn't spend its own funds on towpath improvements - all funded by third parties - except where necessary for navigation e.g. around locks. David L
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  15. Those who go boating, I reckon. regardless of boat type, distance travelled or ownership
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  31. Top of our list for mechanisation/electrification would be Fall Ings Wakefield. We can just about manage the bottom gates but not for much longer I fear.
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  32. I'd leave well alone now it all works and doesn't leak. Unless the OP like mending things that work, and may not work afterwards. Never mind that ghastly American expression illustrating the point, I prefer the old biking expression. "My motorbike was working fine, but I kept mending it until it wasn't..."
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  34. Try navigating up North and you’ll understand the difference. ..or don’t you like hard work?
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  38. Well of course it is. "Do you have a degree in stating the bleedin' obvious?" (To paraphrase one of the Monty Pythons. John Cleese probably.)
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  41. I installed my three 295W panels myself in the summer and they are still giving useful power at the end of November. They are mounted horizontally, wired three in series feeding into a 60A EPever Tracer MPTT controller. I have no telly or fridge, but today I have managed to recharge phone and tablet batteries, charge two drone batteries, part charge a 10AH power bank and give the three 110AH domestic batteries enough to send them on their way floating to battery bliss. It was foggy and quite gloomy yesterday and is the same today. There is really only a couple of hours in days like this when I see a 4 - 5 A current flowing, the rest is a couple of amps. Yet on sunny Monday there was masses of power until nearly 4pm, right from 8:30 in the morning. The charge controller performed an auto equalisation charge then, which was fortunate. So it can be done, and with three weeks until the winter solstice I don't imagine I'll be using the generator. My panels My controller ETA: Forgot the one hour using laptop and router today.
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  46. I can't understand why Fall Ing wasn't elecrified in the first place the others downstream were. I find the bottom right side gate tough but not a bad as it used to be. Maybe it's the porridge I have for breakfast now or maybe technique? I now push my feet against that concrete thing with my back to the beam. It's the self-opening top gates that get my goat now especially when single handed.
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  49. My previous boat was lined with eucalyptus wood, which, although a hard wood still opened up gaps in the summer. Any kind of caulking would have made unsightly joints so I used beeswax. It needed redoing each year, but it solved the problem.
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