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Wiblog - Paul's Wibblings

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07/07/17

Last weekend, being our birthday weekend, saw me heading south to Cambridge and then afterwards on to Hampshire to see the family. ...  read more ...

02/07/17

I've not had reason to post here for a while as things have been been pretty stable. And then there was the trip South for which I'd decided to fly as I'd not tried that route and it's both faster and cheaper than the train. That is unless of course you have a bird strike on take off and have to come back to Inverness.  read more ...

20/06/17

I like travelling by train, which is lucky really given that driving long distances is no longer an option for me since my stroke, but sometimes the dance one has to do in order to find the best route and price drive me nuts.  read more ...

14/06/17

I was out walking the dog this morning and was asked, and not for the first time "Where are you staying?". The first couple of times this happened I thought speaker was hearing my accent and making the not unreasonable assumption that I was a holiday maker.  read more ...

08/06/17

For a while now I've been meaning to write a blog post about my favourite Android apps, a list which is ever changing, but the failure yesterday of my old friend the Hudl 2 has thrown this into sharp focus ...  read more ...

06/06/17

I've been lurking in a sub over on reddit lately which I may blog about it at some point as it's a fascinating place. But something did catch my eye there which struck me as generally useful. That's the principle "don't JADE".  read more ...

30/05/17

I think we've now had leaflets from all the parties with candidates standing in the General Election here in the constituency of Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey - which the SNP took from the Lib Dem's last time - and there's a pretty clear pattern emerging.  read more ...

27/04/17

Before we moved up here I can remember watching a six part documentary on Police Scotland and what was striking was that, outwith the central belt, policing was very different to down south with a real community emphasis.  read more ...

12/04/17

With the upcoming local elections, you're probably going to get quite a few letters and leaflets through the post. Your first instinct might be to immediately bin them, but even if you do that, uploading it to electionleaflets.org would be good, for several reasons:  read more ...

07/04/17

In the light of last night's cruise missile attack on Syria it's worth pausing to read some of The Donald's tweets which seem particularly relevant today. These two for example:  read more ...

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