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Hi everyone,

I just wanted to say hello! My name's Mason and I holiday every year on the Broads! I have just bought a Dawncraft that I intend to keep on the Broads once restored. I am on the Broads next week if anyone else is about, give me a shout i'm on Pico Light this year.

Thanks for this forum & Cooking on a boat..

Regards

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Taz has an interesting Site, maybe he can post some photos of his boat

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Hi Mason

Welcome to the forum.

If you are setting out on Pico Light, you will go right past my boat Woodwose which is moored nearby. Give me a wave if I'm there.

Nigel
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Thanks Guys,

Nigel..Will do!

Richard... I can post some pictures if you like?

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HI Mason it is great to have another Broads nutcase on site , hope you ejoy your break , we are off again at Xmas can:t wait all the best Roya.

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Just had a look at the Dawncraft site. Superb.

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Roya Smile  thanks.

Woodwose, I can't belive how many times I have seen your boat & until now taken any notice, your a lucky man having such a great house & boat.

Pitty you were not around for me to give you a shout and say "hello"

Just a quick question, how did your boat become named as Woodwose? whats the story behind the name? Smile

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Hi Mason

Sorry I missed you when you went past. I didn't spend much time by the river last week due to the poor weather.

What's in a name? We like to give our boats unusual names and Woodwose is no exception. When we got the boat it was called "Olivian". The people we bought it from were not called Olive and Ian so I suppose the name goes back further.
Anyway - we recently moved to live in Ludham and we named the boat after the Woodwose which you can find in St Catherine's Church, Ludham. Next time you are in Ludham, go into the church (which is well worth a visit) and have a look at the font. Carved onto the font are two woodwoses. A woodwose is a pagan mythical person sometimes called a "Green Man". Anyway, Ludham has two and one is a female woodwose which is extremely rare.
We did think about naming it after the Ludham Dragon - but that's another story.

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