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10 February 2009
We messed up a little today, it takes longer to make cheese than we thought

This morning we headed up to a local cheese manufacturer to film the process, from start to finish, of how they make the cheese.  I really thought we'd be done by around 1pm.  Errrr, no!  I've come back to the office but Susan and David are still up there filming!  It seems it takes quite a long time to make cheese.  We've got a lot of editing to do but we'll bring you that episode next week not.  BIG lesson learnt today....and it's got nothing to do with cheese!

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Jeff Layton said:
10 February 2009 @ 16:14

looked at todays webisode and the sound and vision are out of sync, tried letting download complete first before viewwing and it was the same.

Checked yesterday's episode and the same problem I am in the UK on at least 2mb ADSL at present but I don't think that's the issue.

dr david ashby said:
10 February 2009 @ 17:08

at last an honest show but all your shows are great as a cheese lover i look forward to next week.

Jeanie said:
10 February 2009 @ 17:24

Its OK Justin will let you off....lol

Just keep em rolling, we, that is Tony and i had a real good catch up on Sunday he doesn't use a pc so it is good he can watch.
We had a glass of vino and watched a whole weeks as we have been to Spain.

We are really getting an insight to the real Spain and we love the show.

Thanks for all your hard work all of you.

leila said:
10 February 2009 @ 20:05

First thing I do in the morning is watch your show from Victoria, Canada. Haven’t missed one yet – very impressed with lighting too, and sounds. Thumbs up. Thought the show is both informative and helpful.

Wouldn’t it be great if someone would share and have an interesting webisode of “A day in the life of (an expat) in Spain”, hopefully including school, work, struggles, etc. (just a thought)

Looking forward to Int’l School show tomorrow. Been researching and contemplating a move to Spain from Canada, w/ twins entering 9th grade and 1 first year University.

Sandra said:
10 February 2009 @ 20:15

Err No!
I'm not going to let you off.You announced it was cheese-making today. Not next week.

What am I to do with the two bucketsful of goats milk I have here?

Anyone want to buy 10 gallons of goats milk??


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