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Hi all! I live in the Seattle Everett area on a back water slough on a 26'' Bayliner Explorer; although I''m moving back aboard my Nimble Nomad (named Cattail) when I''ve finished modifications. I''m adding bookshelves, an d making some other modifications. Me, I''m a 50 yr old male, mental hlth worker, metaphysical, and partially disabled with chronic fatigue syndrome. I''ve lived aboard and remodeled a small wooden houseboat. No more wooden boats thank you. Cattail is a cute cottage of a home. I have a propane Cozy Cabin htr for when electric heat is insufficient. Most of Cattail is insulated. She has a large galley for such a small boat, which I accomplished by making the port passenger seating folding with, now, counterspace underneath. I don''t cook much, so only have a small microwave and one burner Origa. I would like to exchange the Origa for the newer Origa which incorporates an electric burner. I have 18 gals water stwg in 3 tanks. Porta pottti. I''d like to change it out for the vent to the outside type. I lived aboard Cattail for 3 yrs previously. One other modification I would make is to add a good woman and move-up to maybe a 36'' Nauticat. Love ya''ll, Captbws (bws=back water slough)
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helo evry one we have just done it we have sold evry thing and now live aboard our island trader and we love .we are planing to sail to marathon 3rd week of october.life is good.
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