My Kingdom for a Weymouth Timetable!
The Tourist Information Office was, conveniently, at the Kings Statue.
When fbb was inside, enjoying his tea and buns, he did not yet realise that it was the new TiC, so failed to instigate a full exploration. There were a few racks of literature scattered around, but your eagle eyed blogger did not spot any bus information. If there was anything, it was not obvious; reminding fbb of one TiC where the young assistant said, "Oh, no! We don't put bus leaflets out because people keep taking them."
So it looks as if you have to catch a bus to get a timetable; ten buses for full set of First leaflets. Or maybe go to the pub?
On his was back from Weymouth, fbb was attracted by this sign outside the Swan at Abbotsbury.
Poor marks First. You really should try to tell your potential customers when and where the buses run. What would the reaction be if Tesco put up a poster saying, "We'll only tell you what we sell after you've bought stuff" - hilarity? frustration? use another supplier?
Samuel saw Jesse's son Eliab and said to himself, “This man is surely the one God has chosen.” But the Lord said to him, “Pay no attention to how tall and handsome he is. I do not judge as people judge. They look at the outward appearance, but I look at the heart.”
Then Jesse called his son Abinadab but Samuel said, “No, the Lord hasn't chosen him either.” Jesse then brought Shammah. “No, the Lord hasn't chosen him either,” Samuel said. In this way Jesse brought seven of his sons to Samuel.
And Samuel said, “No, the Lord hasn't chosen any of these.” Then Samuel asked Jesse, “Do you have any more sons?”
Jesse answered, “There is still the youngest, but he is out taking care of the sheep.” “Tell him to come here,” Samuel said. David was a handsome, healthy young man, and his eyes sparkled. The Lord said to Samuel, “This is the one; anoint him!”
Is born of David's line,
The Saviour who is Christ the Lord
And this shall be the sign ...