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Poppiecat
Sep-30-2016 @ 5:14 PM                           Permalink
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I am looking for a diary/journal for our next holiday, I know you can get them cruises but I wonder if you can get one for a boating holiday?

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Most omline chandlers like Mailspeed, Force 4 etc. Sell various log books.

Captain Howe.

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but you don't suck a Stoat
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banks as you would wish to
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When we had our own boat every day for 9 years I made a diary entry in just a ring binder book.  Morrisons about £2.  Don't pay more.



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Just post on here every day.

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I agree with Hylander (grovel, grovel!).

No need to spend loads on a dedicated log book. We have two books on our boat. A small paper-back engine hours book (with simple lined pages), kept by the helm position, in which I log engine start and stop times, and location of each, and a larger (A5) hard-back book that we call The Captain's Log, into which Mrs P enters a more comprehensive daily diary of where we've been, who/what we've met/seen, where we've visited and any incidents of note (like, if the sun shone!). 16 years of boating memories recorded!

Edited to add:   Priceless!!!  Smile

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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I will try again as attachment didn't appear on post.

I tried again but seems to be a problem. I will try and re-post tomorrow morning.
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Alan...
www.mynorfolkbroadsboating.co.uk/


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boat-mad, what type of attachment were you trying to post? There is a site problem at the moment (of which Richard is aware) which means that only picture files can be posted (jpg etc). Trying to post any pdf or doc file results in the 5 Martini lunch message.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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Hi Paladine,

Yes it is a PDF.  Thanks for letting me know. Cheers  I have now linked the PDF to my site and provided a link direct to the PDF from this post.

Hi Poppiecat

I have put together a printable PDF which I hope you will find useful. If you are a regular to boating holidays  you could purchase an A4 folder and some clear A4 wallets.

You can find the PDF by
Clicking Here Smile

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boat-mad (and anyone else having difficulty posting pdf files) - when I posted the Potter Heigham staithe bye laws, as jpgs, on another thread, I had to find a work-around, because they were supplied to me as a pdf, which I couldn't post, because of the site glitch.

This is how I managed to get them onto the site (after much trial and error) - I exported the pdf to MS Word (thinking I would be able to post that, which I couldn't!) and found that the text wasn't actually editable text, but each page was an image in a frame. So, using Photoshop (this might work in other image programs), I imported each image from Word to Photoshop, and saved them as jpgs, which I then posted individually.

While it is one solution to provide an external link to material (as boat-mad has done in this case), and preferable in respect of copyright material, I have found that such links have a nasty habit of breaking or otherwise not working, so the best solution is to have the material, whatever it is, available within this site. I'm just hoping that Richard hasn't poured himself another 5 Martinis  tounge-in-cheek

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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Journals and note books are a passion of mine.
I keep them for my garden, the boat, travel,nature, walks, game book, and general ideas.
Mine are all hand made leather bound Papuro from Italy. They are one of the few that will take a fountain pen which I like to use, a Mont Blanc with a medium italic nib.
Quite an indulgence but it enhances my various hobbies and I have them between book ends on my desk.

Chris.

I have swallowed the anchor but
have not tried mud weight yet!

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