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New suspension for car cos after this lot u going to bottom out on 1st bump

kindest regards mark summers

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And when in season your fishing gear for those quiet evenings on wild moorings whilst the good lady serves iced drinks aplenty! ( Actually she fishes better than I do - note to self - do not introduce her to any of my other hobbies)

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I have to agree,non stick frying pan,WD40 the only thing I would add is boxes of tissues to stuff in the gaps to stop the draughts.

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Richmond - that's what the lavatory paper's for!

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As folks are starting to get out on the water I thought I'd bump this thread up a bit.

If you've got a holiday booked why not add yourself to the Holiday Calendar to let people know that you will be about.

Also you can print off a Forum Logo to display on your boat. Alternatively you could fly the  Forum Flag

While you are shopping don't forget to get a Broads Map there is also more forum merchandise available Here



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Thanks for the 'heads-up' Kurli, link fixed Smile

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Sleeping bags
Good grips potato peeler
Decent plastic spatula for fry-ups etc
Games & books for the kids
Bed protectors (saved embarrassment for our two twice, as the noise of the water on the hull clearly had them dreaming of weeing!)
Walkie Talkie's - so the kids can have a bit of freedom at St Benet's Abbey, but we can know they are safe.



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Hi regarding washing up liquid,is it better to take an eco liquid and if not available a cheap value one may be better as it will be easier to get rid of the soap suds as good quality like fairy takes gallons of water to dispose of those lovely bubbles and water on the boat is or can be of short supply.

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Wellies are useful, especially in the morning when there is a dew on the long grass. Binoculars are great when sedately crossing Breydon, plus a copy of 'What Bird Is It?'

Yacht 'Jenny Morgan'

The Broads is a member of the
National Parks family, it is
NOT a National Park though.

Worth a read:
http://www.thegreenbook.org.uk

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