I think Loulou enjoyed her stay with us, she saw DD2 and the children regularly and now she is home I collect her and take her for a walk sometimes with Beano.
Pat, thank you, I'll look for those hooks.
I needed to shop today, urgently.
There was no milk, no butter, no potatoes, one egg and one slice of bread. Steve's ankle was very painful so he decided to stay home with Beano.
We are moored a mile and a half from the car so I took the big rucksack, climbed over the lock gates, walked to the car, drove three miles to the shop and back and then walked back to the boat, climbing over the lock gates again.
We should be ok until early next week now, there is meat and fish in the freezer, fruit and veg in the fridge and lots of tins and dry goods in the wardrobe. My wardrobes are shelved and there are three of them, one holds all my yarn, one holds my clothes and one contains food. I also use one of the bathroom cupboards to keep jars in.