|These Classics were available to ride in for a £20 donation
|Albert Dock and a lovely cabin cruiser
|Some of the moorings in Salthouse lock
|The three boats on left are nb Ducks Deluxe just in shot, nb Abbey Rose and nb Third and Final.
|Not love locks but locks none the less engraved with dates and the event - 3 queens visit Liverpool
|Left to right Dave, Steve. Dave, Joe, Brian, Chris, Paul and Sheila in the Mayflower Cihnese restaurant
|Dave polishing Joe's head in Flanagan's bar
|Chris makes Joe's crack up with laugter
|Having a great time though they don't look it in this picture
|The first of many more
|Chris and yours truly enjoying the sunshine
|Could have stayed there all week
|The Maxview Arial box in the cratch with the two satellite cables connected
Whilst at Crick we looked at the portable Freesat system with a freesat+ box that Was being sold by Martyn Hicks on his stall. This would enable us to record programs. On Monday Martyn came to the boat and installed it all for us and showed me the best way to find the dot in the sky. It was a good job we went with the maxview box as it made fitting the Freesat a simple task.
|Freesat dish on the roof
I set to and added another shelf in the cabinet to hold the Sky box and voila.....
|New shelf allows the Sky box to tuck in nicely