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We moved our boat to a new mooring with son and daughter in law in the easter weekend. From stallham to horning we was going if the weather was rain or shine but instead it was snowing and very windy as everyone knows. We hit ludon bridge at about 1.00pm, we had to pull in to get some water and for safety put the canopy down and i had stopped snowing for a few seconds! Then made sure nothing was coming and briskly sterred the boat under the bridge.
Heading towards horning but didnt want to stop at the mooring, went past the ferry inn and there was no mooring. Luckily we found a spot at the new inn to feast while we had tea and breakfast in the morning, yummy.
In the morning the snow had settled and it was snowing, yay! We took loads of pictures of the scenery as at home the snow never settles.
After we went to the new mooring to get settled in. Despite weather we all had a fantastic weekend.


boat ; kingfisher blue
Tinhat

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Hi mate
welcome to the forum,
keep the tales and piccies rolling in please
Smile

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Another welcome here.
I think that a certain fellow called Craig will be interested in that photo, not because of the weather but for the boat.  Have you renamed her yet?

Apologies norm - galloping senility I am afraid.  I think the answer is on your post as Kingfisher Blue .

BOF - Clive

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Hi Norm

welcome to the empty wallet club from Aquaholic and all who are mad enough to cruise on her.

Kindest regards, Victor Meldrew Mk2 and I don't care who know's it!!

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hi thanks for the welcome. clive the boat is a aquafibre 38 and was still in commission as we brought it .few alterations over winter cut out door in stern with new name on door still waiting for names for the bow.last boat seamaster 813.all the best for new season paul and hazel. Tinhat

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Good piccie, thanks Paul & Hazel. Welcome!

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hi norm, welcome to the aquafibre club, we have an aquafibre 44. would be interested in seeing photos of the changes you have made to the stern area, welcome to the forum......cheers noddy

trying to keep only air on the inside...noddy

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hi noddy.

only got one picture at moment. built super structure in and around door with 3by2 and filled in with plenty of plastic filler. spoke to insurance before cutting and they said ok to go ahead along as i supplied photos
regards paul
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I love those boats... They remind me of family holidays as a young boy in the early 80's.


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