The River Blythe - film

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Very nice Dylan.

My niece got married in Blythburgh church not so long ago & my SIL used to ring the bells there in times gone by.

Suffolk's a wonderful place to live (if only the sea was blue :( ).

PS: As far as I'm aware the river is the Blyth (no e).
 
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if you have ever been to Southwold and wondered what lay the other side of the pedestrian bridge

- I dropped the slug's mast and took a trip up the River Blythe

did £500 worth of damage to the drive shaft

which was a bit of shame

great river though

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Dylan

This isn't a fresh set of damage to your butt (or rather the Slug's) is it? :eek:
 

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films behind reality

This isn't a fresh set of damage to your butt (or rather the Slug's) is it? :eek:

this was last year - vlogs up to date - proper films almost a year behind reality

slug now in wisbech and watwertight again - after even more work on the back end

last year was a tough one - financially as well as physically

D

PS Blyth name mistake changed
 

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if you have ever been to Southwold and wondered what lay the other side of the pedestrian bridge

- I dropped the slug's mast and took a trip up the River Blythe

did £500 worth of damage to the drive shaft

which was a bit of shame

great river though

http://www.youtube.com/user/KeepTurningLeft


Dylan

Thanks for starting my morning with a smile. "Celtic Nots" are really good too.
 

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Celtic nots

Thanks for starting my morning with a smile. "Celtic Nots" are really good too.

he is an American small boat sailor and KTl subscriber

website here

http://www.celticnots.com/

Carlos Alden is the guitarist

(cittern, banjo, guitar, MIDI guitar, voice) it is said, was spawned from parents who were exposed to massive radiation leaks while working on a goat ranch near the original Hanford site, although he claims to be adopted. His musical roots are so diverse that hints of Django Reinhardt, Bela Fleck, Hendrix, and other muses bubble up through his playing, often in the same song. His rhythmic precision and sensitive treatment of the music notwithstanding, he plays with a passion and sense of humor that instantly captivate and uplift the soul. Carlos has the distinction of being the only member of the Nots with his own radio show, the Nacho Celtic hour. As if that weren't enough, Carlos also plays classical Chinese music on the Er-hu, and is part of the Dragon Wind Ensemble.







I thinks its great

and they all oplay traditinal instruments

lots of free music on their website

Dylan
 
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