Tag Archives: Edinburgh

Open Space – 1

Edinburgh, March 2017 Tuesday “Are you a night shift worker?” This is the greeting from the gentleman checking me in to my budget hotel a short walk from Leith docks. I look at him and listen to the girly giggles … Continue reading

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Lost scarf, lost cause?

A few posts ago I reflected on the lost things of our lives – one of these is a yellow typewriter which I last saw in 1976 in West Africa. Sadly, another of my belongings has joined the list of … Continue reading

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Driving Assessments and that Referendum again

Earlier this year, when all of us in Scotland were being distracted by either  a) the approaching cries of “Freedom!” or  b) the prospect of the break up of Britain (you choose), the Scottish Government quietly centralised driving assessments for people with disabilities. If you are … Continue reading

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