Tag Archives: Cloud Surfing

Cloud surfing – The Cape of Good Hope

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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Cloud Surfing in Kentucky

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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Cloud surfing to the SUN !

It’s another wet and windy day on Earth.  Not at all like May is supposed to be in Kilsby.   So I decided to go a bit closer to the sun and joined the NASA Parker Solar Probe. Goodness knows … Continue reading

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“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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