We left our tall tale with us turning left to the closest pub. What proceeded was such a narrow section of the waterways network. We carefully navigated the waters and prayed to meet no oncoming traffic. As we trundled our way up until the Pub was in sight, the welcoming view of The Wharf at […]Read more "WHAT DO PEOPLE DO ON DAYS OFF? – NARROWBOAT CRUISING PART THREE"
So we did it! We were out on the open water, my worries set aside, we were doing what boat folk do on the weekend, we my friends were going boating! That is once we navigated the exit of the marina. Being the supportive and loving wife-to-be which I am, I was at the back […]Read more "WHAT DO PEOPLE DO ON DAYS OFF? – NARROWBOAT CRUISING PART TWO"
Yes you read right, I am about to tell you the tale of the barking swan, I would suggest you sit comfortably and ready your self with your chosen beverage (I recommend Gin) for the tale I am about to tell. Any of you die hard readers or Twitter followers (Thank you firstly!), may of […]Read more "The tale of the barking swan"
Can you believe we are approaching a month since we took Fantine on her first voyage with us at the helm? Neither can we! Between sorting out the rented property, work commitments, racing, bank holidays away and family visits the weeks have really zoomed past us. We’ve settled in so well now, to a point […]Read more "The Beauty of Narrow Living – Warning contains graphic boasting"
Well at the time of writing this we have spent three nights on Fantine in the Marina, and it is absolutely wonderful. We feel so lucky to be able to moor our boat in such a beautiful place and marina. We haven’t had the opportunity to meet too many people yet, but those who we […]Read more "Marina Life"