I am very pleased to announce that nearly a month after our first fire of the season, namely as a result of my temper tantrum (It was seventeen degrees outside), we have not re-lit it! So I’m sat here feeling pretty proud. In honesty for our first year the start of the cooler season and […]Read more "Another Year, Another Winter – Getting Ready for Winter Aboard a Narrow Boat"
Well any of you dedicated Twitter followers of ours will of seen, yesterday brought about a change. We managed to open the side hatch, for a whole three hours, without risking frost bite or flooding, I almost don’t dare to say it but this feels like the first sign of spring. I don’t think I […]Read more "Could it possibly be Spring? – Surviving Winter on a Narrow Boat"
We’re visiting one of my favourite talking points again the fire! We’ve actually been doing ok with the Hobbit, despite hankering after a Mulso The Stoves Have Ears – Are Narrow Boats Cold?. Although in order to maintain the desired heat level we have been having to fill the Hobbit, with incredible amounts of fuel, and leave […]Read more "It’s not all about length … or is it? – How to stay warm on a Narrow Boat"
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"