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Tuesday, May 19, 2009


Just a short video i took by taping the camera to an upturned plastic box on the front locker. The wind was picked up on the microphone and i think the camera was tilted up to much and the glare affected the quality as at the end the trees gave a better picture. Still something different eh!
Coming soon on a blog near you, well this one actually,

Cavaliers & Roundheads
Grass track racing
In & Out
Cherokee (no not red Indians)
Plug the leak

and many more blockbusting stories of life along the Inland Waterways.

Must get blogging as there is lots to publish. The blog as you know is always behind my actual progress as is the `Where am I now` map link. At the moment i am off the Llangollen and loitering for an appointment but more on that later.


MartYn said...

Hi Les,
We're back on dry land now for a short while. Was great to meet you. Think the short video is brill and very professionally put together. 'Waterway Routes' had better watch out as he now has some serious competition.
Take it easy matey.
Cheers MartYn n Sue (nb Cherokee)

Les Biggs said...

Hi Martyn/Sue
It was great to meet you and because the blog is always behind you`ll get a mention in a couple of days.
Hope to see you both again sometime.

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs