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Paul Fay

Monday, 19 July 2021

Dartmouth and Plymouth

We had one night in Dartmouth rafted against a motor boat with a lovely couple aboard and then onto Saltash. There is a pontoon there so Helens mum came to pick up Helen and Russ and we stopped for one night.

Next day it was round the corner into the Lynher river where we anchored for a couple of nights before going to Mill Creek to dry the boat out on the slip at Voyager boatyard.

The tides are all wrong so I will be drilling holes in the bottom in the evening and then floating off at 2am. No my favourite pastime but needs must!!

Mill Creek totally dries (just like our home port of Bideford) and it is stunningly beautiful when viewed fro the boatyard and there are few amenities locally, just a small Co Op about a mile away but that will do for now.

Some old friends of ours are here building their new junk rigged boat which is impressive and we had a great evening aboard with them. Great to catch up with old friends.

Now we just have to hope the drilling goes OK.


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