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Sunday, June 21, 2009


Sorry but this You Tube is doing my head in so let me know if you can play the video as i`m not sure what is happening. How wonderful the technolodgy if you can work it.

EDIT: Now the other video has decided to work, oh well.


Adam said...

Yes, it works fine. Good to see too, as we'll be visiting Bugsworth in September.

Anonymous said...

Hi Les,
That plays ok, but as a slide show, not a video. Terrible music! (lol).Looks like a fascinating place, enjoy.

MartYn said...

Hi again Les,
Just tried your 'U TUBE' offering and it ran with no problems at all. Enjoyed your nice little presentation - Very interesting and well thought out. Just going off for a few days solo on NB Cherokee so I'll catch up with your blog later in the week.
MartYn (nb cherokee)

Les Biggs said...

I think that the problem was that i had the U Tube setting on private,so with luck i`ve got the idea of publishing from the tube.
Will try some little bit of video again soon to see if i`m right.
Thanks guys

Anonymous said...

Very good, must have taken some time to do. Look forward to more.

antinady said...

Hi Les,

Very interesting, but I have to agree,the music was, how shall I put it? c**p! Seriously, you certainly do your research, where do you get all the info from? lol

Glad you are still having fun. Take care, and stay in touch.

Les Biggs said...

Hi Antinady
a lot of research is done on the web as i like to know what i`m looking at otherwise what`s the point of travelling. Perhaps i`ll do a leaflet on my research one day (LOL)
Speak to you soon

antinady said...

I'll look forward to picking one up at the nearest Tourist Information Centre.

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs