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Thursday, May 29, 2008


Just a quick blog now we`ve hit the rivers and if you`re reading this Lynda don`t worry it will be fine you`ll enjoy it i promise.Andy/Tina and John posing for a pic.
Above and below some of the boats along the way.

The 2 pics below i took from the end of the lock and they give an idea of the size difference between the freight carrier and the humble narrowboat. If you enlarge the pic i think you can see the traffic light on the lock.

Wonder how many Butterflies it would need to fill that lock..
Just noticed a pic of the Bingley 5 rise was missing from the Leeds blog hope all is well now.


Anonymous said...


Brilliant- we are getying there with Lynda!! We set off next wednesday and will report progress!


joandkev said...

Hi Les,

As you know i dont read your blog very often, but when i do its a pleasure.

When you frist said you were going to sell up i thought you were mad and it would't be long befor you would be back to bicks and morter.

But you proved us all wrong. As you are still on your boat and still blogging.

The only draw back is we dont see you enough.

We cant wait to see you in Leicester.

Lots of love
Jo,kev and the childeren
x x x x

p.s Kiernan loved the video so you must add some more :)

Les Biggs said...

Hi Richard/Lynda
Yes keep in touch be nice to hear how your trip goes.

Les Biggs said...

Hi Jo (my D` in law)
You thought i had a screw loose eh!
Tell you it`s the best thing i did considering the circumstances.
Give a hug to the 4 G`children.
See you soon

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs