We are delighted to say that our pride and joy, Autumn Myst, has been sold to lovely new owners Kevin and Petra, not forgetting the most important member of their crew Molly.
We wish them well on their future exploits and hope that they enjoy the boat as much as we have done over the last six years. Please give them a welcoming wave if you see them on your travels.
We will miss all the friends we have made on the canal and wish you all well for the future.
Bob and June
Goodness, that was quick! You must be really pleased, as well as a little sad. We'll let you know when we're in your area.ReplyDelete
Hi Adam, Yes it took us by surprise as it sold in 5 days and we had 4 people wanting it, even to the extent of following up after the survey to make sure it was sold. As you say we are pleased but very sad at the same time. Do please let us know when you are in our area as we would love to catch up with you both.ReplyDelete
Quality will always sell! We're planning on coming through Brum in September, and I'm thinking we'll probably come Knowle route, so we'll definitely let you know.Delete
Great we can help you through the locks at Hatton and Knowle if you would like.ReplyDelete
That was a quick sale, It was nice meeting you both when you passed through Keadby Lock Rgds Mark the lock keeperReplyDelete
Hi Mark Thank you for your nice comments. We have very happy memories of meeting you and Keadby Lock and would like to thank you for your help and support. If we are around your area in the future we will definitely pop in and see you.ReplyDelete
Bob and June
Just caught up with this, so pleased Autumn Myst sold quickly for you, I'm not surprised you had a waiting list, she's such a lovely well looked after boat. We'll miss seeing you floating around and it will be strange to see it without you on it. Please keep in touch and we'll let you know when we're your way. Very best wishes to you both - Debbie and James xxReplyDelete
Hi Both, please let us know when you are in our area as we would love to catch up with you and Dudley. We will still keep a watch on your blog to see what is happening on the canals but perhaps not as often as now. xxReplyDelete