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Leggers do it lying down

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    Boats,dogs and boats,but not necceseraly in that order.

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  1. No worries thenπŸ‘.They will be walking the towpaths inquiring at every boat.I'll just wait for them to come to me!.
  2. Input voltage 11-14v @ 8A max. Output 19v @ 4A...Think I'll look for something with a greater capability.πŸ‘
  3. Lasted a month before it melted!🀣 Full refund received!!.πŸ‘
  4. If Netflix owned the boat,they would nail whoever was responsible,to the wall!.πŸ‘ Not a nice thing to happen to any boat owner.One moored behind me in the summer "sank".It took 1 hour and 3 borrowed bilge pumps (1 was mine!πŸ™‚) to re-float!. The owner was living aboard and fitting out.After drying stuff out,he lost a few bits of paperwork!.πŸ‘πŸ™‚ My boat isn't a "national treasure",but it is my home,and I wouldn't trust anyone else with it,regardless of how much you pay me!. "Sank"...If its not below the surface,it's not "sunk"!?. Surely it has just taken on water and "grounded"!?.πŸ™‚ Far better that being sank!!. If he gets a good pay out,he will have the cash to restore our "national treasure"!?.πŸ‘πŸ™„
  5. This seems to be popular these days,not tried it myself.But have seen firms on tinternet using as a delivery address option..https://what3words.com/about-us/
  6. Good idea for winter when solar is minimal, πŸ‘ if you have daily access to 240v.Someone else's 240v,even better!!!
  7. Best N.b. name I,ve seen is W.Anchor!...I was moored next to the good folks that used to own it,(heard they sold it).A real pair of characters! πŸ‘ Apparently,crt were always careful to pronounce it with the full stop!!.🀣
  8. Sorry to be a "harbinger of doom"!.πŸ™„...But it could already be too late!. πŸ‘!..https://www.sciencealert.com/we-just-used-up-all-of-earth-s-resources-for-the-year-and-it-s-only-july Where are all the resources going to come from for all of these "green" projects?!.😐 Maybe we need a REAL pandemic!!πŸ˜‰ https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/aug/21/human-consumption-of-the-earths-resources-declined-in-2020
  9. I have used one as the "roof" for my well-deck.I have another on the deck,(roof!)..at the stern,mounted just above where the hatch slides to when it is open (saving deck space).πŸ‘ The third one is just laid on the roof with a loose wooden block in each corner!! and hasn't moved in 6 years!.🀣
  10. There's a boater wot makes chimneys.πŸ‘...N.B. Tailwind...Little chimney co.
  11. F.Y.I. For those on Canal & River Trust (CRT) waterways, we have been informed that CRT will be expecting a gradual return to 14-day movement after 2nd December, which means that they expect all boats to have moved from where they are now by 16th December 2020. CRT's Customer Support Manager: Licence Support (ie enforcement manager) Matthew Aymes said in an email today: "From the 2nd, everyone's mooring clock will 'reset' so the majority will have 14 days until they need to move on. We're again asking anyone with specific needs or issues to contact their LSO [Licence Support Officer, ie enforcement officer] and we'll be as sensitive as we can to issues whilst trying to ensure the sharing of access and adherence to government guidance. For boaters within or currently bordering Tier 3 areas, in line with Government advice to avoid travelling into or out of these areas, we are advising boaters to boat within their area and we will take this into account when reviewing movement patterns. Hopefully this steady approach, which will allow people to move immediately if they want to on the 2nd, will mean that no facilities are over-subscribed as movement begins. Of course, we'll be asking boaters to use common sense and be considerate but hopefully we will have a similarly successful return to cruising as last time".
  12. Flame retardant carpet tiles cut to size and glued with a quality adhesive.πŸ‘
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