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Reply Lynne Gill
7:55 AM on December 20, 2012 
Lovely to read up on your adventures, Mel. I'm sure there are loads of us who, despite never being likely to up sticks and lead a similar life, nevertheless have a secret longing to do so, and are `VERY ENVIOUS of you and Clive!!

LOved the photo's of Hobbiton in particular, as we shall be there ourselves in just a few weeks! Yay! So pleased you finally got this blog post done and dusted!! Lx
Reply rosemary
3:40 PM on September 29, 2012 
Lovely to catch up with your blog. When Vernon was 65 we took him to Raptor centre at Woodhurst and he had a lovely treat handling all the owl etc. I have a picture of him holding an Eagle Owl (very heavy) and he helped fly the birds.

We have just invested in a WAV (Wheelchair accessible vehicle) with a winch. Much better for Vernon and saves a lot of 'tranfers' from car to chair.

Lots of love and 'Bon Voyage'
Reply Alison Tracey
3:34 PM on August 14, 2012 
Hi Melanie,
Lovely to see you again earlier today, haven't we had a belting day. Our Huddersfield friends really enjoyed their day afloat.
Enjoy your summer cruising and hope to meet up again sometime.
Reply Norwyn Parker
4:36 PM on May 3, 2012 
Hi Guys it was great to meet you and thanks for your company through the Wigan flight and of course the pub later.
Reply Anne Breen
2:51 PM on February 19, 2012 
Hi Melanie, Just read the blog... great to have you back "on air" again. Looking forward to keping track of your wanderings in the coming months. Maybe that irish trip will happen yet! We are off to NZ again on May 28th for a month. Christchurch here we come... just hope it won't be third time unlucky for the Breens. Damien was only there three weeks when the last shake hit! He has taken to life in New Zealand like a native. Thanks in no small way to our "earthquake" friends Jacqui Whiting and her family and their friend Tony Newell. Looking forward to geting to know the geography of England and its' waterways over the coming weeks as we log in and enjoy your blog. Happy sailing!