How to Leave a Comment on Our Blog

1. Scroll to the end of the post.
2. Click on the phrase "0 comments" or, if there are comments it will indicate how many, for example, "8 comments." Clicking on this will open the comment option for you.
3. Type in your note.
4. Choose your Profile. If you don't understand the choices under Profile then choose Anonymous but PLEASE type your name and location at the bottom of your comment so I know who you are!

Monday, March 07, 2011


I knew Sue and Vic on No Problem were not to far from me and as it has been quite a long time since we last
met up a phone call brought us together for a w`end at Barby. On arrival i found Chas And Ann on Moore to Life 

No Problem then Moore to Life and Valerie just out of site.
were also moored up so a nice chance to catch up on the news of our travels. Of course they wanted to know more of my engagement to Jaq and our plans but that will have to be a future blog for you readers as everything has yet to be finalised.

I have had a pocket PC for a very long time with the intention of loading maps and using it to guide me along the 
footpaths, via GPS, leading off the canal system as many of these are just not signed very well. The problem was i just could not get them to load onto the PC. Sue, bless her took it upon herself to spend a lot of time solving the problem, thank you so so much Sue. Also a big thank you for the invite aboard No Problem to join hubby Vic and Chas & Ann for a lovely Sunday roast. Vic and i did enjoy the wine that flowed over our legs, accidents will happen but i`ll leave that bit out in case Sue blogs it.

So off i go to walk to the village of Barby 2 birthday cards and the GPS in hand. Easy way to avoid the mud is along the lane but that would be boring with my new toy to test. So across the muddy pathways i trudged one eye
on the screen following the little red dot. Very impressed with this bit of technology and i`m now keen to start Geo cache searching. On the way i came across this old Mill that looked deralict but might have been home to someone, at least the small lake was being well fished by a few anglers.

No comments:

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs