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Boat Twiddleday explained

Boat Twiddleday explained

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 19 Nov 2011, 00:29
Young William got a tripod for an early christmas present?
Bill Phillips: The tripod was in the car boot. Just the steady hand of the pure of mind
Great Set of photos and interesting to view them in sequence smile
Bill Phillips: It is interesting to watch the process. By the time you had been through a few I suspect the novelty would wear off!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 19 Nov 2011, 06:50
like flip- book or film -I like to compare the pictures with each other and to notice some essential progress -you have explained what did happen really- and now we can imagine what will be happening!
Bill Phillips: It is interesting to watch. The boat enters the lock and they close this gate behind it and they open the other end allowing the water to drop to the lower level the boat sails out and they close the gate. coming the other way the process is the opposite and the water is raised up. Clever stuff!
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 19 Nov 2011, 07:57
That is a lot of work to go through these canals.
However, the people sit on the boat all day... nothing... this is a great workout for them grin.
Great collage, thanks!
Bill Phillips: I would be bored to death Astrid
  • Chris
  • England
  • 19 Nov 2011, 08:47
Gawd - I really don't know what to say about this...

So I'll talk about myself instead. Yesterday we found a HUUGE piece of beef in the freezer which I had bought a few years ago and we had all but forgotten about. I cooked it and the result, although I say so myself, was delicious.

Later a filling about the size of my Fiat 500 fell out of one of my teeth
Bill Phillips: We made red onion chutney yesterday. It would go well with any leftover beef
You are quite the twiddler.
Bill Phillips: So people have said Mary gringringrin
I'm sure my twiddling skills will have the potential to benefit greatly from this lesson.
Bill Phillips: Then I am pleased to have performed a small service
I am getting a sense of deja vu from these pictures... smile
Bill Phillips: What? again?
I like this storybook approach Bill.
Bill Phillips: As Max Bygraves used to say "I'm gonna tell you a story"
Well you did a great job of twiddling using this series of pictures Bill... well done....petersmile

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