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Me looking brave before taking to the air (and the wing) of the plane. Wow, it was cold !! But the whole experience was totally exhilarating.



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Jan's Blog

Computers and the internet are amazing things. One of my concerns with putting together this site was that it could remain current, yet with all my travelling I've often much to say, but little time to say it. Years ago when reading the news it would take me days on end to reply to the kind letters people sent. Now, with the magic of the modern age, I can keep you up to date with what I'm doing and other events in my life.

Using the Website

Date: 13th February 2016

Forgive me if I'm teaching 'Grandmother to suck eggs'  but even I get confused with my website from time to time.  If you wish to look back at past blogs you need to go to Archives - left hand side and click on the month - then you will get a few lines on the subject and if you wish to read the whole article just click.  At the end of each you have to go back to the Archives.  

Many of my Australian holiday blogs are in the month of December.

Thank you for being with me.  There was a time not long ago when I considered giving up especially when my son berated me and told me that I spent so much time writing blogs which nobody read!  Bless him - he had to eat his words when I told him about the 27,000 hits last week.  Of course it won't stay like that but I hope I may have gained some regulars who will visit from time to time.  My subjects are very varied - from lovely places I've visited; sharing experiences and the occasional blast at the Government and the state of this country.  Though of course I have to remember to be PC.  If only our government knew how people talk and discuss in the privacy of our own homes!!!  They only get to hear the views of the 'chosen few' - those in the Bubble of Parliament - the lobbyists - the panderers and the vociferous minorities.  Hey Ho - as the French say 'Plus ça change, plus reste la même chose'.

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