What happened to Spring?



It’s been bitterly cold here. We’ve been planning the plumbing for Willow and generally just staying warm and cosy inside. Yesterday I came home at lunchtime and took the opportunity to get some beef skirt and veg from the Radmore Farm shop and bung it on the stove so that it would be ready for dinner. Once we’ve got the kitchen installed but if the gas isn’t ready yet, I plan to make use of Willow’s super-stove for cooking.

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3 thoughts on “What happened to Spring?

  1. indigodream

    It sounds as if your joy in owning Willow is helping to keep you warm! Trust Lyra to find the best the best spot – warm by the stove and guarding the stew!

    Sue, nb Indigo Dream

  2. Fatboyfinn

    Beef Skirt – lovely (ughghugh) – that’s what you get in a proper Cornish Pasty, my bird.

    Popps xxx P.S. Amy dad, that’s me is a Veggie.

  3. I hope this recent alert from CRT doesn’t affect your boat moving plans too much:

    River Soar

    Between Bridge 46 (A453) and Lock 58 Ratclffe Lock, Ratcliffe-on-Soar

    Thursday 14 March 2013 until further notice
    Due to high levels of rainfall this year, a silt bank has formed between the above locations.

    This bank could affect deep drafted boats; however due to its variable nature we are unable to confirm the exact draft of boat that can pass.

    Please approach the site with caution.

    Canal & River Trust apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Enquiries: 0303 040 4040 during normal office hours.

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