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In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

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So I,ve had some nice work.Nothing permant but can pay my bills and treat my Grandchildren.That,s all I want out of life.I spend very little time on the internet but am spending more and more time around Trees which is really what I am all about.Even the Gym has taken a back seat in the last six months...until now.I am back there with a vengeance.And my nutrition has never been better.It was after all where the turning point in my life happened three years ago now.And for the first time since my 20,s I weigh under 100kg. (Weighed in at 99.7kg yesterday) This espresso is kicking in now so I shall vacate this rainy Macdonald's car park and continue this later.Have a great Friday Arbtalkers and climb safe👍🌳

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And to anyone out there who is feeling lost or at a crossroads in life.It is never to late to make a change.Life is very short and every day is a blessing so don,t waste time with negativity or a Fake world.like a good work position,happiness is everything!

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After a warm up in the Gym I witness my world warming up.What a great way to start the week.Have a productive week Arbtalkland.

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The sight of this Tree has just made my day...I will never tire of looking at Trees especially at this time of year. Nature is perfect in every way.

 

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I have had a mobile phone since around the year 2000.As a kid I was fascinated with futuristic gadgets that I saw on Blake's 7 or Space 1999.I would dream about having a communicator which had a screen and sure enough we have reached that stage...and beyond.I have bought the latest mobile device as they were developed.Couldn,t help myself.Most of them on pay as you go up until the time I began this thread.Then I got a contract and over the last six years I have gone from Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and upgraded every two years until now.I finally am completely satisfied with the capability of my Note 8 which is two years old now.The case is wearing away but the device is like new still and i keep it in my pocket whenever I climb...or chip.It,s great to be on a monthly tariff of about £15.I,ve learned to use WiFi hotspots and I use very little data.It still takes a fantastic picture and has a powerful brain.It,s years since I used a computer.

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It's astonishing Space 1999..wonder wot happened to that Argocat that was always in shot near the landing pad at Moonbase Alpha ? K

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Indeed.Great profile picture by the way.Trees,Windmills and bicycles are my favourite things.

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does it work well for taking note say when quoting a job?

i am old school in that i use a paper note book still ( obviously write it up on the pc back at the office) but my current phone is giving up the ghost so time to move on.

I see the new samsung galaxy note 10 plus has a stylus and i guess it can convert or send to a email or pc. or is it not good enough yet?

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The stylus/S-pen is one of many things that make this such an incredible device.Take it out you can scribble what you like on the screen without opening you mobile.It will be a couple of years before I upgrade again.

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