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Cerise Lady Has A Day Out At Last


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Katie and I have just returned from a glorious day afloat , God we have missed The Broads !!! We arrived this morning ,09:30, at the wet shed after a quick clean and the usual thorough checks we

Back at home after a wonderful weekend afloat , left Cambridge Friday morning after just over a hour and a half we arrived in Hoveton . Quick bite to eat from “O Crumbs” sitting on Granary Staith

We have owned Cerise Lady for in excess of three years now and a fortunate side effect of the no overnighting afloat ( for non live aboards) is that since we are currently having day trips afloat is t

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44 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

I hate seeing pubs so empty.

Couldn't agree more. Even worse up here in flat hat land they are shut altogether. :default_crying1animated:

I see even Vallance is now admitting there's no hard evidence regarding pubs. 

Nice to see a drop of Moongazer on at the Maltsters. Such a shame to see it so quiet but at least they are open so good on them for that. Difficult times. 

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There were some beautiful colours in the sky this morning. But there's a lot of surface water out there on the roads now. Been down the A11 and along the A14 this morning in pouring rain. Take it easy driving home.

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Finally !!!!!!

 

A day afloat , Cerise Lady fired up on both engines with no problems , she was dry and fresh inside without any smell of dampness , needed the surfaces wiping down , and the water/moisture traps replacing , but all’s good , motored to Ranworth for a quick lunch then we will head back to the wet shed and home .

back onboard Monday week to sleep over for a few days 

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Arrived this morning at 1045 at the wet shed for a few nights afloat , sadly high water level meant no passing Ludham Bridge for us today , but will at low water tomorrow morning we hope , currently moored up at Neatishead Staithe where there are three other boats , all privateers .

Have jet washed Cerise Lady , will wax her tomorrow , now sitting on the bench at the head of the moorings in shorts , a beautiful sunny day and 10c so not too chilly 

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Yesterday we squeezed under Ludham and motored along to ......

........ yup Ranworth , we arrived at 11:00 and spaces were available including the coveted taxi rank , we moored up for the day/evening , soon the staithe filled up with hirers and privateers alike , shout out to the fellow NBN members we encountered there .

A lazy day was spent , further boat cleaning and assisting the new hirers in mooring , leccy plugged in and radiators on , Cerise Lady was warm and cosy .

The evening was spent outside the Maltsters under the heating (one of those toaster on the wall type) but still chilly .

We had a lovely meal , Kate had feather blade of beef with root vegetables , fisherman’s pie for me , a few pints of Jumper Ale before we left at 22:30 to snuggle down for the night.

Left this morning at 09:45 to catch low water to pass under Ludham , thank you to the crew of Bonbon for your help in turning on the ropes to enable us to depart due to the 45footer moored alongside .

Now moored up on Gayes staithe before returning to Stalham as Katie has to be at work on the morning , I’m still trying to make my mind up if I stay afloat or not.

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