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Wife and kids.
On second thoughts wife and kids go and leave husband behind...Lesley

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Alcohol in every form possible lol

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being a cold mortal i always pack a spare duvet, and also bring wellies & wet weather gear, i believe in sod's law- it usually works!!!!!

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fold up step for those big drops,
beer,
vodka,
wine,
dog bed and throw for seating,
plug in coolbox to cool the beers whilst motoring - MUST be unplugged whilst moored up !
extension lead for charging lappies again only whilst moving

and I always forget summat but it doesn't really matter ...


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Boat keys  Blush

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I'd add
pepper grinder
hot pepper sauce
walking boots
bird ID book (s)

Ipod / MP3 and docking station (optional)

and make sure the insulated mugs have lids (for those emergency mooring situations) and are wide based ones, not the sort that slot into a car cup holder, too prone to falling over

Have sharp knife and can burn water

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Lorry to carry it all...Lesley

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I always take a window cleaning Squeegy and either a Shammy or some microfibre cloths to get rid of the early morning condensation.

Can't stand dirty windows ! - lol  Smile

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I thought I'd bump this thread as folks might be starting to plan their holidays

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As the hairdresser used to ask, 'anything for the weekend, Sir?'

As for mallets and rond anchors, you really don't need the mallet. Stick anchor point into the ground, put left hand over the corner of anchor so to speak, right hand on end where the rope is tied on, press down with left hand, waggle left to right with right hand, anchor goes into mud like a hot knife into chocolate! Sets you aside as an old hand!!

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Gretsky's addition is the one that always haunts me... imagine travelling from Lancashire to Brooms...without the keys!!!!

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