Any regular readers of this blog will of likely noted I have two favourite topics. The weather. The fire. I cover the weather a lot, and you could argue I’ve already used my 4 months (The time the average Brit spends talking about it in their lifetime) in January and February this year. Only you […]Read more "Are narrow boats cold? – The night the fire didn’t work"
In our previous post, where I berated the stupid Hobbit Stove with Gollum levels of hate, I asked that you all read it in a whisper Two Dogs, One Stove – Narrow Boat Warmth. See our Hobbit seems to be a very temperamental so and so, and at the first sign of criticism decides to […]Read more "The Stoves Have Ears – Are Narrow Boats Cold?"
For any of you expecting smut, you filthy monkeys I’m about to disappoint you! Surely no one would take time out of their life to write a blog about two dogs and a stove would they? Surely not? I say Challenge Accepted! Now everything I write in this post should be read as a whisper, […]Read more "Two Dogs, One Stove – Narrow Boat Warmth"
It snowed yesterday …. it’s nearly May … But there is also about to be a Bank Holiday so the snow is only to be expected to be fair! In light of this freaky weather I am sure you were all worried sick about how we survived considering our Fire Box/Heat Producing issues Narrowboat Stove – […]Read more "How to stay warm on a narrowboat – The first on board snow"
Well after the trepidation of our trip from Whilton to Yelvertoft the one thing we were really looking forward to, that was keeping our tired and achy bodies going, was the thought of a roaring stove that evening. We had all the gear … Kindling … Fire Lighters … Smokeless coal … A lighter … […]Read more "Narrow Boat Stoves – Man Vs Fire"