I’m grounded for the next three weeks! (1 Viewer)

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Waiting for the first injections before we can go out travelling. Today was first time explore. I left some tasty treats to find.
 
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A really beautiful pup, i'm sure he's going to enjoy many trips out.
 

kelpie

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What a lovely boy and THE best reason to be grounded. :h::h::h:
Yep , can't think of a better reason for being grounded , my collie is 13 and I have to think very hard to remember her not being here.
Three weeks is but just a blink of an eye in the greater scene of life. My English teacher would have been proud of that one:D.
Enjoy the pup , mine is still called the pup.
John
 
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An Avatar containing a sailboat and a Fairline Bear living in your motorhome.

I am sure a psychologist would have a field day..... :)

Well spotted, my Fairline teddy!
Came with our Targa 34, (now sold). Bought the yacht, neither British or American, ooh la la its French:)

I also need psychological help as the dog is doing my head in!

Have you any boating background since you spotted a Fairline Teddy?
 
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Lovely Pup, think I recognise the fabric of the moho is it an AT by any chance, sat in a few before eventually buying German.
I helped build a Birchwood 33 motor yacht,from the hull up, when I was an apprentice, crewed it with my boss, who later traded it for a Fisher 38 Trawler Yacht. Missed them ever since I moved on.
As you are grounded for a few weeks, and the weather is crap, thought I might help you discover some journeys/adventures to places that I can only dream of, and a boat that has to be the pinnacle in terms of a "Practical" sea going motor yacht, I dont think I could afford the diesel, let alone a down payment on this beauty.
If you subscribe to Motor Boat & Yachting, you may already know about this very successful guy,(Motor Yacht Manufacturer) if not welcome to Tony Fleming and his yacht "Venture"
Warning: very addictive video Blogger.Hope you enjoy.
Les
 

cornish boy

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Well spotted, my Fairline teddy!
Came with our Targa 34, (now sold). Bought the yacht, neither British or American, ooh la la its French:)

I also need psychological help as the dog is doing my head in!

Have you any boating background since you spotted a Fairline Teddy?

Had quite a bit of boating experience through ownership of both sail and power and through time working in the industry. (y)

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cornish boy

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Well a psychologist might wonder why you knew it was an American 'sailboat' and not a British 'sailing boat'

I guess it results from the habit of just using Sail or Motor when taking/giving details.

Should we now consider the correct British term to be 'Motoring Boat'? :D
 

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