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This week I have been mostly... sleepy

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I'm currently reading... White Gold Wielder, Stephen Donaldson

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I am most looking forward to... The Muse concert on Thursday :)

This weekend I am... probably cooking an Easter dinner for everyone.

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One of the boats that sank in the summer. This "hermit boat" looked a bit weird amongst the luxury yachts, and then it capsized. The police turned up a day or two later.

it's not really a wonder it sank is it?!

27th Feb 2007, 08:34

Dhamaka says:

my thoughts too. I hope the people who were in it didn't lose everything

27th Feb 2007, 09:06

Steve says:

Sad but great to look at

27th Feb 2007, 12:55

I think it had been abandoned for quite a while. I saw it around quite a bit in the last year though. It had two big, mouldy matresses either side of the cab. The second shot was taken at mid-tide, the first and last at low tide.

28th Feb 2007, 00:55

factotum says:

but there is a story there, surely?

28th Feb 2007, 03:06

Maybe. I dunno. The police didn't seem too concerned, and it just lay there for 3 days before they bothered to clean it up.

1st Mar 2007, 01:55

Mumsey says:

I came across this on my last day in Canada. The police were working out how to deal with it. There was a sign asking people to buy their theatre tickets clealy showing just under the water which I found very amusing. Maybe the police were trying to decide whether to purchase tickets!

7th Mar 2007, 12:37

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