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GUEST,White Dove Canal Catters (118* d) RE: Canal Catters 24 Dec 07

Happy Christmas...Graham , Joe and Hazel

We popped down to the Beck yesterday to check out how the boats get there. One helpful chappie told us at a cost they where craned into the water after arriving on a low loader. Another had pilot assistance up the Humber earlier in the year when the weather was considerably warmer and calmer.

Not options for me yet a while as i now tow an x BW boat that we have turned into a craft shop.

Hazel..I too lost my singing voice about 18 months ago. Cameras revealed mucus but a healthy throat so there is no excuse. I am so busy doing other things but I really miss the singing and i am looking at changing my diet..which for me is akin to giving up smoking I guess.
Paverotti was takin high dose menthol lozengers apparently. Remember
Graham always at hand with the Fishermans friends which helped. I tried soya milk the other day...its a start! But maybe a voice teacher trainer might help. I have been reading the advice threads on mudcat...some good ideas there, and suprising that it happens to a lot of singers.
Take care...will try to keep in touch.......hugs Roz

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