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Just spent two nights on board our first this year. The boat is now spotless It took Tony 2days to do the outside and he has the aching back to prove it! He has even polished one side Luckily our neighbour's boat is on  hard standing so we were able to move over to access the port side which was a real help, because even though Tony claims he can walk on water he never seems to manage to clean the port side while we are on our mooring! We're now looking forward to the coming season , let's hope the Summer weather is kind to  us. Happy boating every one!







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Going back to the boat tomorrow for a few days . We found  some of the curtains had succumbed to mildew when we went last week so brought them home to wash. Tried vinegar, and "pink  stuff" but marks still there although improved. Can't attack them with too much gusto as the lining seems a little fragile in places and liable to tear. They look O.K.,  as they say "  a blind man would be glad to see them" The hardest job promises to be hanging them again, -  tiny hooks and inaccessible tracks. We're really not looking forward to that but once it's done we can get down to simply relaxing which we've not been able to do thus far because of the required cleaning schedule, although Tony will want to finish polishing I 'm sure, Strange man actually finds cleaning the boat therapeutic.:mad:



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