Yes there was a bit of a gap in my posts, something happened and I've written about it but I cannot publish the post until the end of next week.
As for the challenges of living aboard, I think I've adapted pretty well.
It's hard work living on a boat but no harder than my early life as I grew up in the early fifties. I also lived in houses that my ex wanted to do up, and then didn't. In the 1970's I had a small child, no central heating and no kitchen or bathroom. I've spent many years carrying coal and logs, boiling a kettle for hot water etc so I'm used to it.
As for the washing, I have a washing machine and when it's sunny I can do a cold wash on solar power.
When we are in the marina we can plug into shore power and I can do a hot wash.
I have an airer that I either stand under cover on the back or front of the boat or I can stand it in the shower. Once the clothes are nearly dry I stand the airer in front of the log burner before I go the bed and in the morning everything is dry.
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