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... world and I'm slowly introducing Granddad to the wonders of technology. Hopefully he will be up to getting a tablet come Christmas so he can keep in contact with Mum and the rest of us. He likes that he can see Mum when he's calling her I think. It will be awesome to Skype Mum and Dad and Heather on Christmas morning, hopefully it will feel just like I'm at home.
Christmas is nearing...
So for the first time in a long time I am ...
... because the bodies found there also had eagle remains with them. The guides gave histories of the Mesolithic and Neolithic ages as well as the Bronze Age before we trudged 3 miles return across wet fields in the rain to view a house from the Bronze Age then the tomb. Had to enter using knee pads for crawling or lay on your back on a trolley and pull yourself in. The tomb was a good example. They found 120 skeletons of humans all aged about 27. On the way back ...
... I was fed, and the heat and TV were on before heading off. The cat and I became besties. I don't think I have ever met a cat that was that friendly. He just wanted to be cuddled all the time. I watched TV for a little while, including the updated documentary on King Richard III's body and life. He was the one found under the car park in case you're not keeping track of medieval news. Tina came home about 10 p.m. and we met for the first time and chatted. She got me ...
... to make an informed decision about routing. Not dissatisfied with the quality of this position, Captain Wylie went one better. He arranged for the ferry to drop us off at the southern end of Westray, from whence one of his staff (Malcolm) picked us up by car and ran us up to Pierowall, where another member of his local staff, ferry captain Tom, took us in his personal boat (a beautifully maintained 60-year old clinker-built launch) across to Papa Westray. On ...
... of a 1000-year Reich as the cause of WWWI, your humble narrator, ever sensitive to the feelings of others, was therefore highly sensitised to any mention of 'zee War'. How needless such sensitivities are in this enlightened Age! Wolfgang, effortlessly, without a flutter of an eyelid, himself raised the subject of 'the Nazis', and 'the War', in a way that conveyed the reality of German errors and condemnation of the country's (then) leaders.
Accepting that these are ...
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