Heads Up

We have had a very productive week. It stated with a bit of a disaster though: the heads (toilet) broke down. It wouldn't flush. We initially assumed that it was blocked, and I set about trying to unblock it. Given the nature of our system hardcore unblocking liquids of the sort available in shops are … Continue reading Heads Up

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Bucket List: Gibraltar

I have been researching Teka's history. I think I am really starting to get somewhere, which is quite exciting., although there are still gaps. Decades long gaps. You can see what I've come up with so far by clicking¬†here¬†or navigating your way to the 'About: Teka' page. I will update that page as I find … Continue reading Bucket List: Gibraltar

Varnish, Fame and War

Apologies for the lack of recent blog posts. It has been a hectic couple of weeks and the time rather got away from me. The weather has, largely, continued to be fantastic, and so work on the deck has also continued. Although it is incredibly time consuming, and the weather in the South West being … Continue reading Varnish, Fame and War

Visitations

This week we had visitors on, and around the boat. They came in a range of shapes and sizes. First of all there was part of my family. Boat life can start to seem normal surprisingly quickly. It becomes 'just' life. I've heard it said that people often only go to their local sites - … Continue reading Visitations

Books on Board

As with any small home, space is an issue on a boat. This is confounded by the 'extra' things which are necessary for the nautical aspects of boat life: safety equipment, charts, radio, sails being kept inside during winter... Don't get me wrong - Teka is incredibly well designed for storage. She is a deep … Continue reading Books on Board