Monthly Archives: September 2010

We have a new section on our blog: History

Stewart has for many years been extremely interested in the history of this region, Belgium and northern France, and has traced fascinating records about several family members who served in WWI, and remembers well the words of his Grandfather: “the mud”. On this … Continue reading

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Finally, we’re under way.

  This is Roy’s table on his stern deck, at Veurne, where he often sat with various items looking like they will slide off at any moment – but never did.   We left the charming town of Veurne on … Continue reading

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Going backwards first

We haven’t been able to update our blog until now because of challenges with the French mobile broadband (3G) system.  We left Nieuwpoort on Thursday 9th September, after nine days of work-intensive activity by Ship Support, full of optimism and … Continue reading

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Our Nieuwpoort ‘home’

We’re on our boat at home base .. Nieuwpoort (between Oostende and Dunkirk on the North Sea) which is where Endellion has been for the past 12 months while we were in Australia. We have spent more time in this … Continue reading

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Travelling with wheels – to be back on board Endellion

Finally, after an even worse than usual journey, we are back on board Endellion – and with absolutely no regrets as even the torturous journey can’t dampen our delight at being here. It’s  the usual challenge with long (in fact any) … Continue reading

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