Most unusual road kill you’ve seen whilst cycling?
Silverpigeon – I’m from Guernsey, where was the Seal?
On the road that runs alongside Pembroke beach. Like I said I can’t understand how it managed to get over the wall and I’ve never seen the tide come up [/i]thathigh. It’s not even as if it was stormy last night
Could have walked up the launch ramp I suppose and been hit by a car. Strange though as I didn’t think there were any seals around here.
Thought it might get a mention in the Guernsey Press – we’re pretty short on decent news here – as you know – but it didn’tPosted 8 years agoUncleFredMember
There’s normally one resident at Portelet in the summer, it’s been there for a few years. Reckon you’re right and it wondered up the slip way.
You should call the press, that would definetly be a front page.
“Man Traumatised after early morning encounter with dead seal”
I blame Lyndon.Posted 8 years agoMosesMember
oh yeah, snakes.Posted 8 years ago
Commuting from Radley station to Oxford Science Park via (??) Sanford Lane, the biggest adder I’ve ever seen. I put it on my rack, but it slipped out of the bungies en route. Shame, as I wanted to put it in my mate’s desk. He got a squashed frog instead.sharkiMember
Not road kill but trail kill…Posted 8 years ago
Whilst out walking on the quantocks yeaterday 🙁 i found a dead sheep, all quite common up there, it’s eye’s were pecked out…as i walked passed i noticed it’s rear end had been ripped out, but on closer inspection(yeah yeah i’m wierd) i saw lots of small bones…now having thought about it can only assume it was a still born and the mother died during it’s birth, poor fecker!Captain PugwashMember
While riding along the sea wall there was a body washed up on the beach, Police were there with a dodgy sheet try to cover it from the local press, the poor fella had fallen in the sea 3 days earlier. I also saw an Ibis (not the bike but the bird that gave the bike its name) it had escaped from the local wildlfe park.Posted 8 years agokimbersSubscriber
we found a burnt out car with a human skeleton in it on our xmas club ride on the gogmagogs just outside cambridge
of course on our return lap the rozzers had taped it all off and i doubt they were too pleased by all the 2.1 tread tyre tracks leading up to the car and peering inPosted 8 years ago
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