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Wiblog - Paul's Wibblings



As most people know by now Jake was taken from us very unexpectedly on Saturday afternoon. Beth wrote a very eloquent obituary and I don't think there's much I can add except that every time I read it I want to cry again. But I did dig out this photo, a crop of which is currently my avatar all over the place. It was taken by Beth on 5th May and I do like it: one man and his dog.


Today has been a day of walks. Milton Country Park remains shut, much to the annoyance of people like us who use it twice a day ...  read more ...


My siblings and I have stopped giving each other presents at Christmas and birthdays but our "children" still exchange presents. This is my video of Jake getting his present from Jamie (all a bit dark this one):  read more ...


We bumped into some old friends of ours in the park today: Cassie and Mitch, along Flo with the newest member of their pack.  read more ...


I've not posted here for a while, which is a bit of a contrast to last year's blog fest. ...  read more ...


Beth's been watching Helicopter Heroes via BBC iPlayer for the last couple of weeks so it seems appropriate that we had a visit today. ...  read more ...


Today's plan went to rat shit. For a variety of reasons. The plan was for me to drive Beth to Hawes and she would then walk back along the Pennine Way while I bought some Wensleydale at the cheese shop in Hawes. ...  read more ...


I got up at 5am today for to go to the loo (which for us boys means going outside and finding a bit of dry stone wall) to find that more snow had come down in the night. Not a huge amount ...  read more ...


We did a nice little walk on land around Wimpole Hall today, starting at the hall, walking to Kingston and then back via Eversden Wood and the folly. ...  read more ...


Today we walked from Radwinter to Thaxted and back. It was a lovely day for early January...  read more ...

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