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Worried Wife

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

I thought this trip would be a simple local one. How wrong I was! All these disasters that keep ocurring, does this mean you aren't as experienced as you thought. Really worried that you haven't survived, especially as you haven't told me where your life insurance policy is kept. Please let me know immediately as I feel I may need to cash it in.


Wednesday, September 07, 2011

I really am becoming very worried for the first time.
 Are you alright ?
 I don't think I will sleep tonight!


Monday, September 05, 2011

Good luck Grandad. Very dangerous stuff.... love the damart factory.

David Titchmarsh

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Bingley Five Rise should really be called 'Bingley Five and Three Descent'. Lets have factual accuracy from our intrepid trio. Don't hide behind factual inaccuracies becuse you are above all that claptrap!
 A word of warning. Beware of the German Sub-boat moored near Kirkstall. watch out for torpedoes and other such armaments on board this heinous craft.
 Wise man of Wetherby


Friday, July 08, 2011

Well done brave crew
 So glad you came through it all!
 I feel exhausted!!!

Two Dogs Dewey

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Tales From The Riverbank
 Disaster, Porridge and Hob Nob (The Crew)
 The story Line:-
 A crew cast off and set sail to the final frontier of the Great Canal Basin (a black hole!) The captain is consumed by LSD filled pork pies and reports great achievements. Madness sets in when they believe a giant submarine is trying to capture them and take them back to Russia. Based on a true Yorkshie story!
 Certificate XXX
 Critics Conclusion:-
  A story that parallels the Apollo 11 moon landing - did they really go? Watch this space for more old man stories!!

Pistol Pete

Saturday, July 02, 2011

 Oh HOW CABIN BOY RON MUST SUFFER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

Abandoned Wife (again)

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Well done on such a brave journey. I feel the Captain's log is beginning to lose the plot and is venturing into the world of fairy tales. I hope the truth is out there somewhere. Really pleased to hear that hot dogs are now a healthy meal and I will ensure they appear on the home menu more often.


Monday, June 27, 2011

Please let me know if the crew survive their ordeal.
 I would hate to have to find another EXPERIENCED BUNCH to handle Smine Too in September!!!
 Best Of luck.

Alan's Mum

Sunday, June 26, 2011

 Hello Brave Crew
 Keep going. As one of the brave loved ones at home. I am doubled up with laughter at the danger of it all!
 Seen any Man Eating Herons yet?

Mark Found

Friday, May 13, 2011

I stumbled across your walking pages while browsing the internet for NYMR related research notes - I love the walking reports! I'm positively gagging for Ron's sausage and bacon butties and a Timothy Taylors with some home-made pork pie and chips! I even like the sound of the walks! It all sounds like you're very, very good friends with a great sense of humour - and it's made my morning
 Best wishes

Liesbeth & Dick

Monday, January 17, 2011

Hi Team Smith,
 We enjoyed your company very much in Selva and are looking forward to the pictures posted on the website. David and Bill are excellent joke tellers and we loved the "counting" which was obviously Neil's favourite. Allan, we hope you will follow our recommandation as a ski team captain some day :-). We guess you know what we mean by that !!! Best regards from Shell & Subaru


Monday, September 06, 2010

Hello Alan and Crew
 Wish I could receive Tempo FM in Lincoln... I will just have to read the LOG instead.
 Enjoy youselves
 Cybernanna xxxx

Abandoned Wife

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Hi Crew. Glad to see Neil has survived a whole day without damaging his head. Hope he has a hard hat packed for the rest of the journey. What a surprise to find no boating took place on day one. However the new experience of travelling by taxi was I hope enjoyable. Perhaps Alan will try this new form of transport when he is back at home. Good Luck for the rest of the holiday. Eat healthly and I am sure you will drink heartily.

Davd Drury

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Bon voyage, me hearties. I shall follow your journey on my map of British Waterways, supplemented by Google Earth for the tricky bits.


Monday, August 16, 2010

Hi, I was just looking for some info on boatyards at Etruria and stumbled on your site. You look very like a group of men I know who call themselves 'The Lads' and who have been canalling together every year for 31 years without a break. Clearly they are no longer lads, and some now bring their grown up sons. Anyway, good luck on your journeys, they sound every bit as enjoyable as those carried out by the Lads. Sue

Bill Baker

Sunday, July 11, 2010

The story and pictures recording the journey are fabulous. Congratulations on a successful, and obviously highly enjoyable, adventure and thank you for keeping us all so well informed. Welcome home.

Vi Mississauga Canada

Thursday, July 08, 2010

CONGRATULATIONS to the 3 Musketeers. I think the Ale and pork Pies must have something to do with your continued success.Thats probably why Neils head healed so quickly, or maybe it was the porridge ha ha. Sounds like you enjoyed fantastic weather, we are in the middle of a Heat advisory, temperatures up to 91 for over a week. Sure beats snow

David Drury

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

The daily dose of tension has your correspondent on the edge of his seat. Amazing journey. This epic ranks alongside Horse Drawn Zeppelins and Underwater Hang Gliding.
 Good luck and thank you for the entertainment.

Jane - ex-HSW inmate

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Hee hee hee, very funny - chuckling away to myself (obviously not about Neil's head, though!). Neil, perhaps a trip to the opticians upon repatriation?

fighter pilot pete

Monday, July 05, 2010

I am busy making a Kevlar Barnet for Neils head, if you look closely at the bald pate you can see many scars from the previous encounters.
 Also the nose looks as through it could do with some TLC


Thursday, July 01, 2010

Glad to see that you are keeping to a more healthy diet this time (not)!!!! Hope the head is ok Neil - looked nasty.
 Good luck for rest of voyage. Marion


Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Ahoy Cap'n and crew of the good ship "Ill disguised Pubcrawl" - captivated by your adventures but worried by the limited menu!

noorjehan gother

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Hi Alan and crew,
 Hey just thought i'd drop you an email to say "ouch"! Neil's cut to the head looks very bad, hope he recovered quickly after having a well deserved pork pie! Great stuff! Nice to see you managed a chicken curry too!
 ;-) noorjehan xx

David Drury

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

The last time I was held like this in daily suspense - as I am when reading your log - was reading my Just William books!
 Please can you let me know who was in charge of booking the glorious weather? He can do it for me when I next venture forth.
 Bon Voyage


Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Hi Grand dad Ron and Neil, it looks like a very dangerous mission. Just to let you know we are reading your log. Looks like you are having a fun time. We had a massive thunderstorm here during the night with lots of heavy rain. I didn't wake up though, nan had worn me out. We went to newby Hall on Saturday and we went on the train - twice!! Take care men and have lots of fun!

Bill Baker

Sunday, June 27, 2010

It all sounds very exciting but why does the young chap closest to the camera on the first picture apear to be gripping the table so tightly - not got his sea legs yet or a little too much liquid intake? Don't tell me, I'll guess.
 Have a wonderful time, you guys.

Jeff Hodgson

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Great news -hope you might be able to locate a canal that heads towards the Piddle Valley near Dorchester where I will meet with you to buy you all a pint of Piddle ale!
 Good luck on your travels
 From the Dorset mob

dan curston

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

As my first visit to your website reading the ships log from your last voyage of discovery, my ribs hurt from the entertainment value derived from such conquests. These jorneys have porkpies and ale like the tea and cheese is to wallace and gromet! Bon Voyage on the next one


Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Hi Boss
 Looks like you had a great time even though it was such a dangerous trip!
 Who was Captain Pugwash this time?


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