Each time I tried to login to the licence area, I was asked for more details in a form, that asked for all the details I had already provided when I created the original login.
After probably a dozen attempts with two computers and all the browser combinations I could find (I have a lot) having reset cookies and deleted history, I did the shameful thing and called the CRT for support! I got through the press this for that system and spoke to a nice young lady, who wanted me to try all the things I had already done. We did that and then when all else failed, she reset my account?? And I was left to try again.
I had a break for lunch and tried again, still no luck, so back on the phone. This time they decided to take my money and let me have the discount 🙂 and I would get my licence emailed to me.
I waited for the email and the licence wasn’t attached, but there was a link to download it, yippee. As you have probably already guessed I am redirected to the registration form, which I complete yet again and then by magic I get to the following screen.
I now have a registration problem. Well at-least I have paid and have a licence even if I cannot actually get it printed out to display on the boat. When I paid they did say that they would also post everything, so I guess I will wait to see if it arrives.
I am very sure I don’t want to spend another day on their phone system at the moment or completing that registration form again!
After the rush to get the hire boats boat out for the Covid-19 12 April release, our kitchen is now progressing nicely. A few parts are still needed, but it is looking good.
The splash backs and kick boards to go on and maybe a sink? Now you may have noticed that next to were the cooker is going there is a bit of unaccessible space under the work surface, we did not want a cupboard with rotating shelves, they always seem to be a pain and if we made the shelves extend into that space you just fill them with junk you cannot get out. So…
… in the dinning area, we have had a new door fitted it give us access to this space. I can see this being used for all the board games and maybe a few extra bottles of wine.
The next upgrade we wanted was a larger 32 inchTV, the old one being moved to the bedroom. The new TV is a Cello C3220 which is little more up to date. The wall mount means it can be stowed against the wall where not in use, and does not take up any space of the cupboard below.
The kitchen on Floydtilla is progressing with the washing machine being in place, still quite a bit of work to complete and with the upcomming hire season starting on the 12th April, there has been a slight delay in finishing our boat.
While disappointing, it is very understandable under the circumstances, we understand the need to get the hire boats out with paying customers while they can.