Tag Archives: Cloud Surfing

“All the pages are my days”

GrumbleSmiles was set up to provide innovative answers to tackling the problems of loneliness in later life.    Many older people are less able to get out and about, which can be the first steps towards a life of isolation. … Continue reading

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Panama Canal Trip

I haven’t been out much this winter because of all the rain, so today I decided to travel to warmer climes.   I joined an American couple on a trip though the Panama Canal.    I have never been to … Continue reading

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“Cloud Surfing – Trekking”

Still cloud surfing on the lookout for interesting examples of older people making the most of later life.    (See earlier blogs found in this thread by clicking on CLOUD SURFING in the TAG CLOUD). The internet is difficult to navigate, … Continue reading

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“Cloud Surfing – Warren Flick”

Still on my cloud surfing trip and riding on the wave created by Ronnie Bennett, “Time Goes By” blog roll.  Thanks again Ronnie.  This time I have landed on a really interesting blog by Warren Flick which you can find by … Continue reading

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“Cloud Surfing – Scott the Walker”

After surfing through many more bloggers’ diaries of daily grind, I at last found another gem. A guy called Scott who lives in America and has been blogging since 2011 about all the race events he has taken part in.  … Continue reading

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“Cloud Surfing – Time Goes By”

I have spent a large part of August exploring the hidden depths and dizzy heights of the internet.  My search on the internet for positive stories about ageing goes on.  You can see earlier posts on this theme by clicking … Continue reading

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“Cloud Surfing – Obama’s old age”

So far I have only found a few interesting sites about remarkable older people, although there are a lot of older bloggers, mainly in America who have interesting stories to tell.  It has taken hours of relatively aimless surfing to … Continue reading

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