Bloody satellite dish just blew off the roof into the cut. Fortunately still attached to the boat via the cable, so recovered. But decided to stream Netflix instead (no data charge on Three) and watching ancient Jonathan Creek from 1997. It’s not even in wide screen!
I'd stick some gaffer tape over those rivets if I were you.
It's got quite gusty up here now - nothing can blow away from the roof other than the plastic planters Andy planted up yesterday - although, given the amount of rain that will have landed in them today, they're probably heavy enough to stay put now.
Earlier, I took the rough-sleepers under Saindburys arches a packed lunch - the'd asked for money when i went up to the bins earlier but I don't have any cash on me so when i got back to the boat, made them some bait for their tea. Andu thinks I'm mad and expects they'll knock on for breakfast in the morning... bloody awful night to be sleeping outside poor buggers.
IT's stilll a bit bultersy here this morning but we're staying put until next week anyways when we head up the narrow canal... today consists of a walk up the narrow a bit, a u-turn to see the man in harbour master here to pay him/return an unused electric card (money already on the meter) and then a walk to screw fix to buy a new ariel/bracket and pole - sick of this useless "omni-directional" one rarley picking up. gonna fit 6 foot pole and normal one - AND remove the booster from the system as I just realised it's been drawiing 2amps per hour 24/7 since i installed it - doh!