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Bewildered

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  • Location
    On the move again
  • Interests
    Aikido, wood carving, making horrible noises with guitar.

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  • Occupation
    Full time loafer
  • Boat Name
    Karieanna
  • Boat Location
    Floating around Britain

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  1. Whittle Gnome Various whittle wands. I got a bit bored during lockdown and needed to keep busy somehow
  2. More fancy firewoodChainsaw carving Any one for Tiki? Whittle Bear
  3. Thanks for all the responses, just need to get around to making a booking now.
  4. Izal was never as greasy as this
  5. Our boat needs blacking this year, it is 70ft Narrowboat live aboard. Looking for recommendations for a slipway or dry dock that will allow us to stay on board whilst the work is being done. Would rather slipway or dry dock than being craned out as I don’t much like the idea of unnecessary strain being put on the hull by lifting. Also need a spot of welding done on the diesel tank at the same time, currently we are in The Milton Keynes area but are planning to head up through the midlands (providing this bloody lockdown ends) over the summer and was thinking of trying to book the bla
  6. Sorry about the delay in responding, haven’t been on this site in a while. The coal cage is good for late autumn when you want a low fire but I removed it a soon as the temperature dropped and more heat was required, will probably start using it again in the Spring when the fire is out during the day and only a low fire is needed at night. it works well for this purpose as I find it easier to keep a low fire going with the coal cage, it burns slowly with little attention needed.
  7. A few years ago whilst travelling south through the Blisworth tunnel I was blinded by a light about 7 or 8 hundred yards from the far end of the tunnel, my night vision destroyed I moved over to starboard and slowed down. Crawling along at tick over I couldn’t understand why the oncoming boat wasn’t getting nearer, until I exited the tunnel to find it was a Stoke Bruern trip boat illuminating the tunnel for the benefit of people who have never seen a hole in the ground. I was not impressed.
  8. If he does turn up behind you it is quite simple you tell him of course he can go first all he has to do is wait here until we have all gone through and the return traffic has gone through then he will automatically be at the front of the queue.
  9. Turning into a right little forest now
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