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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

You never know who you might meet under a bridge.

Not having seen Paul and Christine for quite a long time, it was very nice while out for a walk to see NB Waterway Routes coming through a bridge. Paul quickly throttled back; Jaq and I stepped aboard. Coming to a lock, Paul engaged the electric drive of his hybrid engine so we might hear the difference.
Now the reason Waterway Routes has an electric drive is that Paul and Christine produce some wonderful DVD`s of the canals and rivers here in the UK and the silent drive is a must for the superb quality of the finished film. Below is a link to a U Tube sample.

The videos are without doubt very well produced but my biggest interest are the magical maps. Here is a screen shot I have taken to show you the detail that make these maps so good. They can be linked up to GPS and can be viewed on many devices. Not my strong point so click the link and check it all for yourself.

I have no shame in making this blog post like a TV advert but these are boating friends that also sell an excellent product.
Lovely to have you both aboard for tea and natter after such a long time.

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NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs