Thursday, May 24, 2007

And again . . .

[I'm doing these one at a time because our pc is being VERY temperamental at the moment and I don't want to lose a long post]

5. This is our 38' long narrowboat Lyme Lady. She's 30 years old, wooden top, steel hull, just right for two people for holidays, and for taking out groups of friends for day trips. We've had her for 12 years and now have to sell her because there are no canals anywhere near our new home in Poole and we can't afford to keep her in a marina or on public moorings. She has been moored at the end of our garden, for which there is a cheaper rate. She fits very well with not liking water that moves, because canals don't flow like rivers do! She has a very nice stern apparently, which has been much admired.

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