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JanetAnne

Tudor's Travels

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I've got this one Vaughan! Ahem!
"Avez vous un cuppa silver plate?" :default_norty:

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The answer is:  cela coûte plus cher que ce que vous pouvez imaginer, surtout si son bois

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9 hours ago, Selsie said:

The answer is:  cela coûte plus cher que ce que vous pouvez imaginer, surtout si son bois

il est en effet

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Pourquois commiquons-nous en Francais,  sil vous plait?  C'est trop difficile pour moi pour comprend.   Je blame le Brexit!😉😉😁😁

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38 minutes ago, Mouldy said:

Pourquois commiquons-nous en Francais,  sil vous plait?  C'est trop difficile pour moi pour comprend. 

Propter est Doug grammatica Latina est horrenda!

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my my, google translate is getting a workout on this thread.

Now all I want to know is how is the patient, can we throw the switch and yell 'She's alive, she's Alive' or are we waiting upon the thunderstorms arrival first?

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Passus sum sed Anthony.

 

Oh it is literally decades since I heard that one!

Forget Google translate peeps, just read aloud.

Caesar had some ......

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I got there...  eventually!

Many years since amo amas amat etc. ☺

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Back on subject.......ish......

Why are you putting another tired old 1500 bmc diesel back in? I know a guy with just the thing for the the job, it's a big block chevvy of approx. 8.5l with I beam rods, forged pistons, twin spark heads, currently fuel injected but going back to 4 barrel holley and chucking out 500HP, you'd never have to worry about pushing a tide over breydon again, there's even a 2:1 reduction gearbox with it (but no neutral or reverse option).

Perfect!

What could possibly go wrong?

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As I type, the engine is ready and about to be transplanted. 

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how soon before we hear if the transplant was successful, its nice to see you brushed its teeth in the previous picture.

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Apparently 90% of the pipework and electricals are hooked up. Prop shaft connected. Its now over to JanetAnne to finish off and fire her up ....

Selsie is now home and ordered a takeaway 

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Anyone watching the Wherry webcam may just spot a couple of likely lads on the move about now

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27 minutes ago, chameleon said:

now alongside the yacht station

 

not any more

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so she is on the water again and moving under her own power? (sorry cant get the webcam at work as it is classified as streaming media.

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Locked and getting loaded! Well, enjoying a snifter at the Old Dutch Tea Gardens. Enjoyed the trip through Lake Lothing. Uncle Albert would have been in his element what with an MTB and a Barge.

Passage after the lock complicated by the steering coming adrift. 

Moored at the Tea Gardens, although for a minute tea seemed to be wishful thinking as the water system was not working. Putting a fuse in did the trick! 

RT is currently pumping every minute and a half for forty three seconds. 

It's a bit windy folks! Just a bit...says the crew!

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1 hour ago, FairTmiddlin said:

And  Timbo. You do not have to pick up any bedding on the way.

Can I ask the moderators, duvet think they should arrange a blanket ban on all these bedding jokes please?

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Ah... I have just been told it will be allowed to continue because Timbo is such a pillow of our community!

In the meantime, boaters beware!!!

Timbo will be travelling from Tea Gardens to Stracey Arms TOPLESS!!!:default_icon_eek:

 

 

 

 

 

 

The wind took RT's canopy off last night :facepalm:

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Dave if its any consolation the same happened to Broad Ambitions canopy on the friday before lads week, just out of stalham on the way to potter heigham. fortunately the only damage was a pop stud pulled off the frame, and that was fixed with a bigger screw.

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