Friday, 26 October 2007

Trusleep is real sleep

Still moored at Brentford.

Our mattress from Trusleep proved to be very comfortable and it was great not having any springs digging into us. Today being wet and overcast meant a day indoors so we got out the satellite dish that we bought last week to see what is required to mount it. It came with various options but really there is only one that suits so I will have to get some bits to complete the job.

In the meantime Dot is crocheting a woollen blanket just in case we need one. We got through last winter OK but with all this climate change who knows what's around the corner.

Just in passing we read n/b Khayamanzi's blog recently and Andy was handing out bouquets and brickbats over boat yards level of customer service. We would like to add our bouquet for Clifton Cruisers at Rugby. We had the pleasure of dealing with Paul and his family and staff a few month's ago and they really know what customer service is. Nothing was too much trouble and no problem was insurmountable. I feel sure that we will use their services again.

797 locks, 1103.5 miles, 33 Tunnels, 39 swing bridges and 19 lift bridges since Nov 2006

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