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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

I AM CHUFFED

Went out for a stroll and as i approached the site of yesterdays sunken cruiser a BW tug had just finished securing it to the towpath as they passed i learnt they would be back Wednesday to remove it probably using a small floating crane. Hopefully i might be around to see the event but then again i might be off to moorings new such is the life of a boater.

Now you might have noticed a few changes to the front page of the blog in as far that I have added my location under the "Where am i now" heading on the right, also the followers of the blog have increased to 5......Welcome to you. I suppose the followers is like joining a fan club as i know a lot of people read the blog but perhaps they don`t want to join the fan club and that`s fine everyone is welcome.
As i`ve said before no way am i a computer expert and that location gadget believe it or not took me about an hour and half to get on the blog as the instructions were to me in a foreign language with html, paste, rss, face north standing on 1 leg. Anyway the latest add on "My photo album" was a record breaker, time wise. Last night i spent 4hrs untill 2am trying to add it using the photo bucket system and gave up, but this evening within 35 mins using picasa i achieved what to me seemed like conquering the world and that`s why the title of this blog is I AM CHUFFED.
The one and only picture in my album, more will be added soon, was taken on the Leeds & Liverpool canal and is a Memorial to the Polish air crew that died when their bomber crashed nearby in WW2. This single picture was needed to create an album for my link to work.

4 comments:

dundustin said...

very nice Les

Love the GPS thingy...very high tech.
Working in an office all day I come home, grab a cuppa and log on to my boat blogs which always seem to lift my spirirts.
www.dundustins.blogspot.com

Pip - nb Windsong said...

Hi Les
I'm sure that a lot more than 5 people follow your blog, just that, like us, they don't do it through the blogger dashboard page.

Pip

LES said...

Hi Dundustin
Yes it`s quite good as maps can be overlayed to give a good picture of whats around.

LES said...

Hi Pip
Yes of course more than 5 read the blog.....i hope, and whatever way they choose is fine with me. The blog only started so the kids can see what i`m upto but as you are no doubt finding you gather new aquaintances and indeed friends on a regular basis.
Can`t wait to see Windsong on the road

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs