Posted by sean on August 5, 2005 at 6:12 pm in Canal Boats, Leeds United with No Comments

It’s an exciting time for me now, firstly the football season starts tomorrow, with Leeds kicking off against Millwall on Sunday at midday (the games on TV so tune in and cheer on The Mighty Whites).

Secondly I am off on holiday tomorrow, I’m off to the Midlands for a week on a boating holiday along the canals. It should be very good and I have been looking forward to it for some time.

When most bloggers take a holiday their site is left static for a week or two, not! I will be taking my laptop and digital camera and even though there is no telephone line I will be able to connect using Orange 3G.

Orange 3G will allow me to update my website, check e-mail, news and follow how Leeds United are doing, including streaming commentary for the Cardiff game on Tuesday.

I have setup a special page for my holiday here, all blog entries between Saturday 6th and 13th August 2005 will be here, along with any photos I take wile away.

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