Monthly Archives: June 2013

Darkness On The Edge Of London – BRUCE brings sunshine to Wembley

Saturday afternoon saw us making our way to the “new” Wembley Stadium to see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. To be honest I was a bit hesitant about going as the last time I saw him (at the … Continue reading

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Having a “poo” time on the Isle of Wight

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A gentle seafront cycle ride

Realistically I had worn myself out last week –  I had been trying to get fit too quickly taking advantage of the sunny weather.  So I had a few quiet days followed by two days of gentle  activity – a … Continue reading

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Old Friends 4: This time it is goodbye

After three days of catching up with old friends, today was time to say goodbye to our car. It had been my Dad’s from new until his passing in 2005 and since then it has given us nealy 8 years … Continue reading

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Old Friends 3; James Forrest Lecture 2013

Yesterday I went to the James Forrest Lecture at the ICE. The speaker was Professor William Powrie and it was an excellent presentation on the future for rail infrastucture systems from a Civil Enineering perspective.  I was really impressed and … Continue reading

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Old Friends 2; Another lazy day thinking of Fidel

Yes another day off from my MTB – lazy so and so you may mutter. This time I took the opportunity to go and see my oldest friend from school days. He lives on the Isle of Wight .  Not much … Continue reading

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Time Flies – Old Friends

This morning I felt drained after the last few days – so what better way of recovering than a walk in Seven Sisters Country Park with old friends and recreating a photo that must be  25 years old. Thanks Charly … Continue reading

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Watch out for the angry tractor driver

If I hadn’t agree to meet at 9 I might have stayed in bed.  However the morning sun was shining and I met up with Partick on his MTB.  We headed straight for Ditchling and up the Beacon Road to … Continue reading

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