- It's such a perfect day…
Walking the dog with the other half this morning, local cricket club for some quality ales in the midday sunshine, made some new friends, home now scoffing scones with jam and cream, bloody hell it don’t get much better than this.
Out tonight for more ales, off tomorrow.
Anyone else living the dream?Posted 4 years agowobbliscottMember
Would have been great to get out on the bike but went out with the family for a walk and unfortunately had promised to fit a Parrott hands free kit for a mate, so spend an hour or so this afternoon doing that. I’m itching to get out, I’ve had a run of a few weeks where events have worked against me and prevented me from taking advantage of the good weather windows over the past couple of weeks.Posted 4 years agoLucasSubscriber
Good day for me but I’m knackered now. Out at 6.30 for a 50 mile road ride, back in time to walk dog and youngest son (on his balance bike) to oldest sons football practise. Gammon egg and chips for lunch in pub beer garden, cut grass, chase kids and play fight in the ultimate fighting ring that is the trampoline then take dog again round the fields that have been too muddy for months. Yesterday was similar, we have hardly spent any time inside this weekend!Posted 4 years agorighogSubscriber
Yip me too…Great weekend
Daughter…Having a great time at Comic con
Son…got him out with the kite, then even a bike ride..miracle of…
Saturday night..meal a few beers and a show with the wife.
Sunday….First Road ride of the year with Mate, then a few beers while watching the Rugby.
Everyone chatty and happy in the new street.
@ ContentPosted 4 years agofervouredimageMember
Not a bad weekend for me either. Went to see the folks yesterday and helped my dad put up a new garden fence. Nice meal out with the family. Today went and got some laps in for some much needed motocross practice at my local track. Back home, starting to ache but very much looking forward to a well earned beer and an indian takeaway with my better half. Even got a bit of a sun tan as well!Posted 4 years agoChubbyBlokeInLycraMember
No riding but..
5-0 win in the cup woohoo
Taking my mum to Mallaig because she likes trains so we’re takinmg the train fom Glasgow (very scenic, Crianlarich, Rannoch Moor, Ft William, Glenfinnan and the viaduct, Arisaig). Orginally mentioned by her because she’d found out that you can get any return train ticket in Scotland for £19.99. Turns out only if your > 55. I’m not. Take mum to station tp see if I can negotiate a better deal than the £40 each way that’s on line. At station, best is £100 return.
“I can do better than that on line”
“Hold on, I’ll see if I can find a better deal”
“Sorry, what’s the deal for the £20 return fare”
“You need to be over 55”
“What about nearly 55?”
“Close enough, that’ll be £19.99 then”
RESULT! I love our railways
Finishing the day with a glass of Highland Park – bottle finished, Oban next.
Yup, it’s good.Posted 4 years agobearnecessitiesSubscriber
It was beautiful today; really put a spring in my step.
I spent all of it indoors, smashing the **** out of lime mortar, getting cuts to the head, more blood blisters etc etc.
Still, I got to lay a tasty little number from B&Q in the bathroom. Perfect fit too.Posted 4 years ago
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