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Zorin . . .

Being unconvinced about the superiority of ‘Windows’ assumed by so many people, and being possessed of three laptops that I have upgraded somewhat by adding what we used to call RAM, and also changing the HDDs from discs to solid … Continue reading

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The Good Law Project . . .

This post from the Good Law Project is both revealing and thought provoking, and is a good example of what is meant by cyber warfare, only in this case it might be better called, cyber destabilisation . . . Who … Continue reading

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Our Town

Jane McCartney is to be found here : https://www.facebook.com/groups/1609015922654393/user/100028863764889/

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A Little Light Entertainment . . .

Amusing quotes about getting old:

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Sermon . . .

Many times when in ministry I needed to preach a sermon or perhaps give a short address. I always laboured away, often short of time and troubled by many other things to produce something. No one ever walked out,as far … Continue reading

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Busy day today. Not for us, but for others. Alas, the weather did not help by pouring with rain and there being a vigorous, gusty, wind. Anyway, as planned our neighbour turned up with his kit to pressure wash our … Continue reading

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The Big Throw Out . . .

Way back in 2020 – March 16th to be exact – we began self isolation or social distancing and in many ways we have never stopped. One of the things we did was to quarantine incoming mail, and a lot … Continue reading

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The Mission to Seafarers . . .

Here in Britain we live on an island, but I suspect very few people actually think about the significance of that. A great deal of what we eat and buy comes in by sea, a little bit by air, these … Continue reading

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Carlingwark . . .

Carlingwark Loch at Castle Douglas – the photographer’s name is clearly shown. It maybe that endless pictures of frozen scenes are boring, but this is the first “proper” winter we have had for many years, and the sights we are … Continue reading

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No. 19, The Close . . .

The photo is of what is now known as Sarum College, the place where I did my Theological training prior to Ordination from 1971 to 1974. When we, my wife and I, first went there it was Salisbury Theological College … Continue reading

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