Sunday, December 15, 2013

More Space Less Room

We have left our 'Moore 2 Life' and moved back into our bungalow near the New Forest. Preparations before and after have taken some time.
It all started back in November when we were obliged to 'call it a day'. We have both have some health issues being investigated requiring many visits to local hospitals.

We have had to sort out the contents of M2L taking off about 90% so we can continue summer cruising, god willing.

Our home was left clean n tidy by the last tenant and unfurnished. We sleep on an air bed with our belongings packed in boxes! It is amazing how much came out of the boat, with less space but more room to store it all. The bungalow presents a problem with all its space but no room!

Furniture has been ordered and some has arrived. Argos delivered the Fridge freezer and next week promise to deliver more next week. Beds have been promised next week. More from Ikea promised before Christmas may be available before the New Year.

Mean while we enjoy our walks to Tesco half an hour through the woods.

We wish all our readers a very happy Christmas and another good cruising year to come.


Les Biggs said...

A very happy Christmas to you both. We do hope your health improves on the land and that you do indeed get use of the boat during summer.
You will be missed on the wet road by many.
Good luck and the very best to you both.
Les and Jaq

Maureen Davies said...

And a happy Christmas and New Year to you both. I wish you all the best
with your health issues and look forward to your blog again when your back cruising.
Best Wishes
Maureeen Davies

John and Fiona on nb Epiphany said...

We do hope your life on land will be enjoyable. We will miss you on the cut and do make contact when we are in your area. All the best for the future and Happy Christmas ! John and Fi

peter YOUNG said...

Have enjoyed your blog and hope to continue to do so once your health improves.

Lets present a positive attitude and forecast that it is definitely going to do so.

Best wishes for Christmas and for 2014.

Peter Young.
Broom 37 floating on any water that will welcome her.