A succession of summer visitors part 4b trains, rock houses and a river

The main narrowboating portion of Ray’s experience with us, came between our time in London, and a week of travelling up and down the UK (quite literally! But that’s the next post …).

As always, Barry had planned a plethora of adventures to tittle Ray’s taste buds for England and all it offers. There were also a few impromptu experiences to share.

One of our challenges from welcoming so many visitors on board, is continuing to earn money while we travel and entertain. We’ve not been terribly successful at this venture in 2018 (unsurprisingly!), but we do have a number of options and opportunities we’re pulling together. Continue reading

Continuing to discover ways to sustain our flexible floating lifestyle

It may seem to some readers we spend most of our time enjoying ourselves. Together, with family, and with friends.

True, life in the Teutenberg/Walsh boathold (no household here!) it’s vastly different to the majority of people in our peer group. However, we are NOT retired. Barry has another two and half years to go; Sandra just over eight.

We do not, and neither of us ever have, rely on any form of public funds (i.e. state benefits). We DO have a small savings buffer as we’ve both ‘worked’ in the usual way for over 35 years each in our chosen professions. We have our boat, NB Areandare. Continue reading

Join NB Areandare on Facebook!

We’ve recently set up a Facebook page for NB Areandare, which is intended to complement this blog.

There we’ll post brief updates, generally daily – and even the occasional ‘Live’ video.

If you’re keen to see more of our adventures, check it out, click ‘Like’, and tick that you want to get notifications. Hey presto you’ll be following along like a veritable Soap Opera …

Here’s the link to magically take you there https://www.facebook.com/nbareandare/