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Wiblog - Paul's Wibblings

09/01/20

Having wibbled on about how we ran our general election campaign it's perhaps time to talk about why the whole thing sucks and the biggest issue here is First Past The Post (FPTP).  read more ...

08/01/20

In my last post I talked about canvassing (and leafleting) in the run up to the recent general election. The actual day itself was interesting and occasionally amusing, so let's wibble about that for a while.  read more ...

05/01/20

I confess that I've never been a great fan of canvassing by political parties but in this last general election, being a loyal party member now, I felt honour bound to get involved and I must confess that - on the whole - I actually enjoyed it.  read more ...

20/09/17

I recently discovered Cairt, Newsletter of the Scottish Maps Forum, and I've subscribed but they only come out every six months so I'm currently working by way through the back issues while waiting for the next one and this caught my eye.  read more ...

30/09/16

Continuing with my mission to make good use of my new carbon fibre tripod I headed out this evening to a nearby high point with a good view west down the Moray Firth towards Nairn town centre.  read more ...

25/09/16

We had a cycle out today to visit the viewing tower in Culbin Forest which is next to the trig point on top of "Hill 99". Apparently it's called Hill 99 because it's 99ft above sea level, although on the OS map it's more prosaically show as 29m which 'units' believes is 95ft, but whatever.  read more ...

04/08/16

I joined our local library recently because, unlike Milton where we had to make do with a mobile library two days a month, Nairn has a little library in the High Street with two members of staff, Internet access on both PCs and WiFi, the works.  read more ...

15/07/16

I have, I confess, being buying new toys. I blame Beth. Oh, and Amazon. You'll remember that a couple of weeks ago we cycled to the mouth of the Findhorn to see the seals. Beth was on her snazzy new fat bike and I was on my Marin San Rafael hybrid. ...  read more ...

05/06/16

I've been a bit lax about writing about the move since my first post mainly because it's been a bit non-stop. Anyway, here's a brief overview.  read more ...

29/04/16

The story so far.

Despite our new home having had a phone line and ADSL until the day we took possession on 24th March BT OpenReach decided that there was no phone line here so we would have to pay for a site visit to re-commission the line. ...  read more ...

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