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16 October 2014

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It is quite difficult learning how to use this blogging system as it is so different from my own online weblog, however, I shall persevere. I guess we are all finding our way.

The Cuan Sound was at its most dramatic at lunchtime today. A few of us had to cross at 1-00pm being treated to a gale, a squall and a sleet storm all at the same time. Not pleasant in a small open boat. Thank goodness for competent captains. It almost brought about a refusal on my part, but I wanted to get home for hot soup and other commitments. When will the council start listening to the people of Luing? There have been complaints about the inadequacy of the passenger ferry for a long time. So far I have felt relatively safe, if uncomfortable at times, but there are people who simply refuse to use it.

Sometimes I wonder why I like my work.
Posted on GodBlog at 20:28

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Join the Bridge Action Group and make a difference - if you have to use the ferry and feel strongly about it, then support the cause!

Fiona from Isle of luing


Why didn't you just live on seil if you wanted to have a bridge to an island? Sometimes i wonder!

what from where




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