Well here we are, 730 days, or two years if you prefer, since being handed the keys of Fantine. It’s incredible really how much has changed in those two years. Did we ever imagine Fantine would change our lives entirely? Absolutely not. Have there been nightmares, bumps, scrapes, sinkage fears and tantrums, yes by the […]Read more "Two Years Of Life Aboard"
A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog which I thought would sink like a brick, it has turned out to be one of the most popular blogs I have written, so thanks guys! In that vain I am going to attempt a few more blogs which centre on the art of slow living, […]Read more "Can I Live On A Narrow Boat?"
Its now to pretend I didn’t mess up at in the releasing of any blogs and move onto the second question I wanted to cover as a part of questions we still get asked/now get asked. Following on from Fridays post on space issues, today’s question is: So, come on you’ve been on there a […]Read more "What Are The Real Cons Of Living On A Narrow Boat?"
As promised I held to my declaration of having a major de-clutter this weekend, want to know a great thing about boats? Cleaning/tidying of any format takes no time at all, I’d covered the majority of the boat within half an hour, and then it came to the dreaded … wardrobe sorting time. Safe to […]Read more "The Big De-Clutter – How to live on a narrow boat"
We’ve previously been one to criticise these ‘Live Mortgage Free’ programs which seem to be popping onto our screens all the more frequently, How to live mortgage free – Thanks to the delusional Mrs Beeny. Where a lucky carpenter get’s gifted land on the family estate to build his own mortgage free castle … it […]Read more "Can You Live on a Narrow Boat Mortgage Free? – George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces"
In the words of Queen Bey herself This one goes out to all the women. At dinner last week we were being asked the standard questions about boat life, how long do you see yourself staying, how do you cook, do you have a toilet etc etc etc. When the girls of the table got down […]Read more "Where do all of your clothes go on a narrowboat?"
We’ve been calling Fantine our home away from home for two months now. Owning Fantine sees us answering a lot of questions surrounding our narrow home choice. The question we get asked more than anything: ‘Does it feel like home?’ ‘Yes’ Blog done speak to you in a few days. But in all seriousness, surprisingly […]Read more "Does it feel like home? – Narrow Boat living"