Tag: living afloat
After assorted challenges, I’ve finally been back on the move this weekend, but with no firm plan beyond where I wanted to end up today.
This final part of my review of 2022 boating, I explore a bit of canal I’ve never seen before, fail to get to my favourite waterway and end up on very familiar territory
In this fourth section of my review of 2022 boating adventures, I am finally ready to head north from my temporary marina mooring. Shortages of water over the summer had led to unprecedented closures of several canals, with talk of more to follow.
“Such fun this boating lark. Turns out I have tendon damage after what I thought was a trivial slip in Warwick a fortnight ago”
This was my post on Facebook on the evening of 16th May.
In this second part of my review of last year’s boating (mis)adventures, things go wrong pretty much straight away and it slowly dawns that anything vaguely resembling a plan is going out of the window.
As the new calendar year starts, my 22nd year on Bream has just come to a close. I thought it might be interesting to summarise what has been…
On the morning of 21st December 1999, the shortest day of the year, I was at Glasson Dock, near Lancaster, to watch NB Bream lifted out of the…
That and toilets really. Those are the things people ask about first when they find out you live on a boat. I’ve long had a stock (and true)…