Harbour Ways is the sequel to Watery Ways, Valerie Poore's first memoir about living on a barge in Rotterdam's Oude Haven in the Netherlands. This second book tells of the first two years that she owned her own barge, the Vereeniging, and how she converts it from an empty hull into a home. Told with with Valerie's usual tongue-in-cheek humour, Harbour Ways can be read as a stand alone memoir or as the follow on to Watery Ways.The new pieces are glued to the old and I conceal my mistakes with lengths of trim up each side and along the joins. This at least makes them look ... She paints the window frame Frits has made for me while I make a paper template for the Perspex I am going to use to fill ... aIa#39;ve often watched people here tinkering with their boats, but never imagined I would join them.a I dwell on ... In fact, it does for several years as I never get round to making a proper wooden window. After a whileanbsp;...
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