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  1. I love fish pie but it really does have to be my own, Speedy you lost me with the eggs and prawns :facepalm:eggs have no business being with fish in my eyes, ewww gip.  Now prawns eeesh no I can't do any kind of shellfish, it's not for me sorry lol call me boring but eww no, I canny do it captain

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  2. I've been where I am now for 15 years and the pension plan is (atm) very reasonable with an already frozen final salary one to keep the cat in food when the time comes.

    Thing is Mark (for those that don't know is my hubs) is 9 years older than me, I recon if I'm pretty savvy I can retire when he does lol :default_party0010:

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  3. I have read on here and other forums that, and don't be shooting me now lol, that Barton is safe to navigate somewhat and mudweight outside of the posts, I can't quite work out where this is or if this was what the initial post was about but my questions still stands as we would like this as a first night option in September. Please be nice :1356_pray_tone2:


  4. One can only guess the rangers have a plan for it right? if they have towed it there, they can't just leave it there right? or can they? I'm not too sure where upstream of Wayford Bridge the old mill is, I tried to guestimate on google maps but canny work it out captain lol 


  5. We have many many happy memories of holidaying on the Broads, starting our adventures in 2008 and sometimes managing 3 holidays a year trying out different hire boats.

    But our best memory has to be our honeymoon, we have met so many beautiful life long friends over the years and we had a 2nd wedding reception at Salhouse on the middle weekend of the fortnight, yes GRIFF I still have a bit of confetti left in my tiara box from your antics on board our boat while we helmed the beautifully decorated Boards Ambition in a convoy from St Bennets to Salhouse, guys honestly he hid it everywhere, even our tub of butter in the fridge got it lol all amazing fun though.

    We always make a point to meet up with friends whenever we are in the area, unfortunately we only managed one holiday last year and had to miss the year before completely but this year we have a Camping visit next month for 6 nights at Beccles so be involved in the Wooden Boat Show and then a week booked on board Richos Classic San Marino in September where we are meeting with friends for a jolly get together again and our wedding anniversary, canny wait I tell ya :default_wub: 

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  6. Awwww it looks like you've all had an idyllic first day afloat, keep the tale coming as we have all missed it, lifts my spirits as I sit at my desk facing the most miserable guy on the planet lol. 

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  7. 9 hours ago, Broads01 said:

    No ensuite on Jazz I'm afraid. 

    I missed saying I used both beds, starting on the saloon bed when my son was with me for the first part of the week. The saloon bed isn't the easiest to assemble, involving a large drawer which has to be pulled out and stored within that two deep and very heavy cushions. Once you've assembled it, there's a big gap between the main sofa cushion and the additional ones, so it's not that comfortable. My son wasn't very complimentary about the double berth in the cabin but I found it just right and I slept very well. 

    If we did ever hire this type of cruiser it would just be me and hubby so no need for the en suite, there is no way it would work with mother in tow which is a shame.


  8. Have always been intrigued by the look and layout of these type of cruiser to try, unfortunately me and hubby never seem to get on the water alone nowadays as we have a stowaway in the form of my mother. Layouts are extremely important when she comes along, separate cabins with en suite heads and all that. I must admit though I do like to have an en suite cabin myself for personal reasons but if it was just me and hubs it wouldn't matter :facepalm:  


  9. Oh this thread has given me a chuckle and I wasn't going to post as I don't really have much to say other than, I am involved with several car clubs and go to shows and meets on a regular basis. My car currently has legal cosmetic modifications and will maybe having some performance based ones this year. 

    Because this is my hobby, I don't mind the sound of a loud engine or exhaust but from my experience of this scene it is mostly the gents in the 40/50 bracket with the expensive pop and bang mods and exhaust systems, they are all legal and fitted by reputable performance car garages, it's not always a young chav with these cars, actual car enthusiasts can be just as bad lol :default_tongue:  

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