After last week’s chilly, grey Thursday Doors post I thought blue skies and boats might be called for. Boat doors come in all shapes and sizes.
The first few images are of Ballycastle boats. You would never think it was the middle of winter looking at these photos.
The clouds look a bit chilly and that was reflected in the temperature. However, the cold didn’t dampen our spirits and the grandchildren enjoyed a spell in the park. There was a boat of sorts there, too.
It might be a fake vessel but with a little bit of imagination it became an amazing pirate ship. Nearer to home, Belturbet boats are looking good, too.
A while ago I posted a photograph of a neat little cruiser that is usually moored in Belturbet. It has a ‘living’ roof but the shot was taken at dusk, so it was difficult to see. I took this one in daylight.
Here’s a close up of the roof, it even has a stove flue.
The Gaffer always enjoys his walks down by the marina but he’s not too steady on his old legs now, so he wears his doggy life jacket. It also keeps him warm on chilly days.
Thanks a million for mooring on my blog this week. If you sail on over to Norm’s you’ll find lots of Thursday Doors, maybe even a boat or two.