Shop front in the summer

Saturday, 8 December 2012

Firstly I must apologise that neither Simon or myself have had time to write the blog for the last few days. It's supposed to be quiet at this time of the year...

Fred and I undocked Arabia this morning. She was built by Roger Fuller twenty years ago and is a replica of a Fellows, Morton and Clayton motor boat. Her current owner decided that she wasn't performing as well as she should so we removed the propeller a few weeks ago and he has had it re pitched. We refitted it a couple of days ago and we await the results.

Fred and I then docked a boat for a surveyor and once the surveyor was finished, re floated that one and docked another.

Mick has been busy with servicing gas boilers and gas tests. Ange and Den have been manning the shop and the tearoom.

It's been a cold day again here. But we are off for our staff party in Eccleshall tonight. I'll try and get some snap shots and post them for you tomorrow.

Have a good evening.

Regards, David.

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