Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Newquay Airport

Here I am waiting for the call through for my flight - up to London for a meeting tomorrow then back down tomorrow night.

Going up is no problem. An extra hour at work then a couple of hours spare before we fly. Not a lot to do at what is probably one the most provincial airports in the UK. Having the airport is so wonderful I can't express it, (from this you can tell I am very pro flying and do not live under the flight path!). By the bounty of the lowcost airline l am able to take a 1 hour flight, instead of a 5 hour train ride, to the capital for under $50.

Coming back is a pain, my meeting runs until 5.30pm, so I only have 90 minutes to get from North London to the airport - a very small window with no margin for error! Still, miss that flight and it's a day in London tomorrow before a flight home in the evening. I'd rather be home, given the choice.

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My mobile blog - lowjib7.blogspot.com

Monday, January 02, 2006

Thoughts on the year

So here we come to the end of 2005.

It has been a mixed year, sadder in the second part but on the whole a good one.

We managed to have a long holiday with our friends in Corfu which was a blessing and for which we realise how fortunate we are.

We saw the New Year in with best friends, which I feel is the best one could wish for - we don't see them enough as it is.

Just popped outside and it is one of those still, quiet starrynights that makes me want to stand there staring up.

I am writing this using PhatWare's Calligrapher programme. Things were moving slowly until I realised that well worn phrase RTFM applied to me. I am well impressed.


Phil Ferris

Composed and sent from a WM5 Pocket PC

Sunday, January 01, 2006

Day 1 Year 2006

Just a quick note to mark the first day of a new start for my mobile blog.

I am writing this courtesy of www.phatware.com and their generous New Year offer. Go there and see for yourself before Midnight EST on 3rd January 2006.

Happy New Year!

Phil Ferris

Composed and sent from a WM5 Pocket PC

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A married Cornishman who is getting an inkling of what he wants to be when he grows up. I currently work for the NHS. [See bottom of page for Blog Archive and Links.]