Today the sun came out.
This has become something of a rarity of late, so I took the advantage and painted the rest of my port/starboard (delete where applicable) handrail.
Then I spray painted a section of the roof. There are twenty-two sections to the roof. The huge and expensive spray can of Hammerite covered just one of those sections.
And it was blotchy.
I’ll probably paint the rest with a brush.
I also managed to test out my ‘hanging tables’ idea. It met with some success, although just how successful it’ll be when fully laden is another kettle of fish. I’m glad I took out the three million quid’s worth of public liability insurance now.
In other narrowboat related news, I topped up the diesel, emptied the bilges and Gorilla-glued the side hatch back together. (A piece of it had fallen off. Don’t ask me how. It has a habit of doing this.)
Then I took a photograph of my dining table, complete with wine bottle, spectacles and ragdoll mice, for no particular reason.
Oh yes, and a very nice lady at the cafe at Bridge House Marina is now selling my mouse prints and cards on a commission basis. As I left the cafe, a bloke followed me out holding one of said cards and looking quite pleased…so at least I’ve sold one.
And now my fire’s gone out, so I’d best chuck another log on it.