Wednesday, 23 June 2010


We arrived in Ely in glorious sunshine on Monday afternoon getting both boats breasted up on the service point to do the 'necessary'.  Town moorings are not really our cup of tea with the dogs and MR's cat Daisy so we moored out of Ely and moored in the countryside at Little Thetford.

Joe and I walked back in yesterday to have a look around the town, which is quite lovely and very vibrant, and visit Ely Boat Chandlers.  We managed to get a second desmo leg and desmo base to complete the adjustments we have, (HE, has) been making to our dinette.   In relation to this project we have now confirmed a order with an upholsterer so the new style dinette will be complete soon and I will publish some photo's.


Navelmonster said...


I follow your blog and find it very interesting. On your post about Ely, in the picture looking upstream on the visitor mooring with the service point on your right. Just on the left hand edge is a bit of an enormous widebeam in grey primer. She's called Cinnamon Girl and is our self fit out pride and joy. Give us a wave next time you pass.


Nb Caxton said...

Hi Andrew
Thank you. We will give you that wave tomorrow as we leave Ely again!