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... to enpower it again... I was mad, Erik was super mad, but the maddest of us was the meat inside it. The smell that bumped into our noses when we first entered the flat was ... ehm...I can't even find any words to describe it. But it was fun cleaning it up. For me it was one of the moments when I felt myself as a part of the best team in the world. The team of me, Erik and Sven :)
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... after a bit of sucking on taps, it started working so I was quite relaxed. Just before Jeremy arrived, the water pump failed again and this time, I lifted the floorboards to investigate and to my absolute horror, I saw that we must have compromised the hull after all, as water was now half way up the batteries in the bilge – we had a serious problem.
Jeremy arrived but I decided that we might as well have the damage surveyed even though I knew that ...