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About coolcat

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  • Birthday March 29

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    www.jeffcranwellphotography.com

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    Clacton On Sea/Acle
  • Interests
    Photography, Boating, Motor Sport, Home Cinema, Food......and lots of it !

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  1. Just a bit of fun. Knocked this up to reflect on our return to boating this Spring after lockdown. Music kindly composed and recorded by my Brother .....That gets round the copyright issues
  2. Yes indeed.....Problem for me is usually timing tides to get under the Yarmouth bridges when I’m up here. I stay on board when I’m working in Norfolk and it doesn’t always work out right. I will be at some point though this season, even if it is just to giver her an Italian tune up over Breydon
  3. The Navigation light mast lowers but not the radar. Even if it did, it’s just over 9’ to the roof line from the water so not very doable ! We knew that would be the case when we bought her but the plans are for salty action as well as the Broads. It was a compromise we were happy to make as we have cruised the Ant many times in our last two boats .
  4. Well, if I tried to take Lady Emma under there she would have indeed been scalped as well!
  5. She's still got her kit off tonight
  6. Fridge now all in. I think flush mounting it was worth the effort .
  7. Just realised the typo......Bait, not bate doh!!!
  8. There's a click bate title for you Well, it's more backless than topless but you get the idea. Lovely Bank Holiday weather so far.
  9. Don’t I know it . The fridge will be restocked with my usual favs on my return
  10. Just an update. Fridge is in................Sort of! Well, it's up and running so that's all good. What I thought would be a straight swap turned out to be anything but. The bulkhead behind the fridge had an opening that allowed some of the old fridge to pass through. The old fridge sat proud in it's fixing as to open it the catch was on the top of the door. The new fridge has it's door mechanism on the front so I thought, wouldn't it be nice to flush mount it. So.......I bought a flush mounting kit. What I had forgotten in my excitement was to allow for that extr
  11. This arrived in the post today. Will be going on the clock & barometer tomorrow.......After I've installed the fridge and watched the Grand Prix
  12. Sorry, Broken fridge has gone to the great scrapyard in the sky !
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