[PDF] In the Bath Conuering the Channel in a Piece of Plumbing Author Tim FitzHigham


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In the Bath Conuering the Channel in a Piece of Plumbing

All At Sea is a celebration of the epic absurd an attempt to explain just how out of hand things can become from a very simple starting point The book follo Was a bit disappointed in this one short story on it in The Moth All These Wonders was hilarious but this was only mildly amusing and dragged a bit by the end

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Ws the author's death defying 200 mile journey in his antiue Thomas Crapper bath not just across the Channel but around Kent right up to the tremendous rece Heroically hysterical

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Ption and huge media attention which awaited him under Tower Bridge Tim met the ueen and his bath now resides in the National Maritime Museum of Great Brita 35 stars Slow start but once the bath project got underway became a lot interesting Bit hard to read as a non Brit very heavy on the Britishisms and I had to look up several references and even tu

  • Paperback
  • 263
  • In the Bath Conuering the Channel in a Piece of Plumbing
  • Tim FitzHigham
  • English
  • 10 February 2017
  • 9781848090262

About the Author: Tim FitzHigham

Tim FitzHigham FRSA FRGS is an award winning British comedian author and world record holder The feats he has performed include paddling a paper boat down 160 miles of the River Thames rowing a bathtub across the English Channel and inflating the world's largest balloonHe wrote about the experience of rowing a bathtub across the English Channel in his first book In The Bath later retitled



9 thoughts on “In the Bath Conuering the Channel in a Piece of Plumbing

  1. says:

    Was a bit disappointed in this one short story on it in The Moth All These Wonders was hilarious but this was only mildly amusing and dragged a bit by the end

  2. says:

    I’d heard the Moth podcast last year and got this book as a gift for my Dad He enjoyed it and lent it to me I wasn’t sure how the story could get “extended” to a full length book but I hung on every word We

  3. says:

    Very much in the round Ireland with a fridge tradition this book chronicles the efforts of on Englishman to sail the English Channel in a copper bathtub It is very hard to write this kind of book which is about your own exploits without coming off as self obsessed and narcissistic the author here doesn’t always manage that He seems to delight in the viewpoint that many other supposedly have of him that his completely

  4. says:

    Funny and lighthearted this is a magnificent story of one man's attempt to do what should be impossible but definitely is inadvisable

  5. says:

    A funny entertaining book about avery British endeavor to row across the English Channel in a bathtub

  6. says:

    Heroically hysterical

  7. says:

    35 stars Slow start but once the bath project got underway became a lot interesting Bit hard to read as a non Brit; very heavy on the Britishisms and I had to look up several references and even turns of phrases and I consider myself fairly well informed for a Yank But I didn't mind was extremely entertaining and he finds the right balance between self deprecating humor humility and pride

  8. says:

    I really loved this book; some great moments and genuine feelings expressed

  9. says:

    Can get slow at some points but uite enjoyable and a great feat

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