Dovefromabove


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Hello Forkers December

Posted: Today at 16:47

Can't get rid of our silver Obelixx - it's got to be off-loaded (bequeathed ) to Wonky so she can enjoy cleaning it   


Love tartiflette  love Reblochon    not a big fan of dried herbs  

Hello Forkers December

Posted: Today at 15:24

Gorgeous photos Chicky


I didn't have any lunch 'cos I wasn't hungry ..... thought I'd save myself for slow-roast shoulder of lamb etc, but if there's a slice of raisin and walnut bread going begging I could probably force myself ... 


I'm due some sort of reward - all the silver has had it's annual proper clean (it just gets polished with a silver cloth the rest of the year, but it's all on show at Christmas and a proper clean means that it reflects the lights and gives the house a sparkle ... dear granny, she left it all to me because she knew I loved cleaning it  ....... I just liked being with her and helping her 

Mobile Phones.

Posted: Today at 13:54
aym280 says:

....... IT WAS A SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS THAT THIS GOVERNMENT ALLOWS SUCH A PROLIFERATION OF TARIFFS FOR TRAIN FARES. A JOURNALIST SAID YESTERDAY ON THE PAPERS THAT IN FRANCE THERE WAS ONLY ONE TARIFF. HOW DOES THIS COUNTRY MANAGE TO ALLOW PEOPLE RIP OFF THEIR FELLOW HUMAN BEINGS LIKE THIS? 



 When we had British Rail there was a far simpler pricing system with less opportunity for obfuscation.  The current situation is due to the privatisation of the railways -  a process started by Margaret Thatcher and completed by her successors  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Privatisation_of_British_Rail


It was obviously never going to be to the benefit of the British public, but is making a great deal of money for businesses and their shareholders. 


http://actionforrail.org/the-four-big-myths-of-uk-rail-privatisation/ 


There are all sorts of computer 'mice' available to people with conditions which make it difficult or impossible to use a conventional one.  There are also voice activated systems - a former colleague had no hands but was able to use a computer at work just as well as the rest of us.  


http://www.nuance.co.uk/for-individuals/by-solution/accessibility/index.htm 

Not getting confirmation

Posted: Today at 13:24

Runnybeak   


To go back a page 'mid post' I open up a second GW tab and navigate through that to check facts or whatever, then return to the first to continue posting.


Hope that helps - if I've not explained it clearly let me know.  

Hello Forkers December

Posted: Today at 11:27
WonkyWomble says:

Safe travels Hosta and OH! Glad you had a lovely time on your holiday!  x


See original post

 And so say all of us!  

Mobile Phones.

Posted: Today at 11:24
hogweed says:

.... Anyone know how to turn on lights in the house when away from home? That would be great if I could do it from my phone.




 You can, with the right set up http://www.wired.co.uk/article/how-to-bring-hive-to-your-home 


Hello Forkers December

Posted: Today at 09:32

Think ours will go up next weekend ... 

Hello Forkers December

Posted: Today at 09:16

There's a huge oak tree across the rise and every morning it's leaves have glowed a wonderful golden orange in the morning sun - suddenly, this morning, there are no leaves!


Morning Topbird, Flowers and Pat and everyone as you come along ...

Hello Forkers December

Posted: Today at 08:36

Good morning all   We've only just woken. But it looks like we're the first ...

Hello Forkers December

Posted: Yesterday at 19:28

Keep that back warm Topbird - hope the meds work 


Now we're nicely stuffed with Chicken and peppers with balsamic and collapsed on the sofa in front of Strictly.  


Have a lovely evening folks 

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