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02/04/2012 at 08:53

Lexi - so you survived the downhill boulder-hopping but came a cropper on the flat?!

Mighty Lexi    pirate
02/04/2012 at 09:04

SVT...Tell your in-laws you draw the line traveling all the way to Orkney for a piece of fudge

Yes i fell on the just off to Casuality......Doc Surgery suggested from the swelling i possibly need it Xraying....... Waddever.....!!!!! All's i know its ferkin sore, and bigger than a football.....looks like i have a sick note not to train..........

Morning everyone else.....

back later..........................I maybe gone sometime.!!!

02/04/2012 at 09:22

Mornings and gruntwig to SVT.

Oh no! Lexi you poor thing.  Good luck at Casualty.  Take a book and sandwiches and a drink!

SVT - hadn't they not long moved to Skye?

I am at work, it's very quiet here.  I suspect that HL is at work today too, so we shall run off together tomorrow (or maybe the day after).

The sportive was good, but very hard.  My bum is sore today and my legs ache!

Crash Hamster    pirate
02/04/2012 at 09:24

Ah yes, the 'got away with the risky stuff then crippled myself on the easy bit' injury! My own dear wife once snapped her ankle on a climbing holiday when she slipped on the ice getting out of the car on the High Street...hope it's no worse than bruised, Lexers <crosses fingers>

Morning gentlefolk, corning SVT.

I am a rubbish seafarer, I get sick when I can't see the horizon. It sounds like your parents are taking this remote living malarkey to the nth degree, SVT!

Did I mention how chuffed I am that the rape is now in flower?

For Vinnie fans, I'm happy to report that he's still headbanging...

Crash Hamster    pirate
02/04/2012 at 09:27

I woke up with a headache yesterday (which is why I didn't race at the S6); went for a jogette later and there it was, a field full of those evil little yellow bastard flowers...ARGHHHHH!

Wonder how Mr A's half went?

02/04/2012 at 09:30

Ahhh yes.

I commenced the sportive and then almost immediately thought, I am in the country, there are those hawthorn type flowers (they smell like fish food to me) and this will be interesting later....

I got off the bike at the end sneezed fairly constantly from then until bed time. I had not a single anti histimine in the house and I now have a hooter that would rival Rudolf.

No idea why I don't sneeze on the bike though....

I have been to the shop and I do now have drugs!

02/04/2012 at 10:00
If Vinnie's still headbanging is it time to change his surname to Vincent?
Those little bastard yellow flowers are doing me in too.
Mouse, big red hooter to rival Rudolph the Reindeer or Nureyev? Is it cos you're mouth breathing on the bike so the pollen doesn't have as much opportunity to irritate your snitch?
Hope the knee heels soon Lexi , if it's that sore x-ray sounds like a good idea. Hope you're not hanging around too long.
Well Scenic Sixed Ant.
We crossed the channel on the day of the Fastnet Race in 1979, which apparently had 15 fatalities. I slept the whole way over, didn't know what all the fuss was about.
02/04/2012 at 10:25

morning world

ran half marafun yesterday; undulating/hilly course 1hr 51m, a season's best so can't complain.  Well, actually I can! was on course for 1hr 45 (ish) and then, at 9 miles, the bally achilles/calf began to hurt so had to slow the pace. feels fine this morning though

well sixed ant

02/04/2012 at 11:08

Morning all!

Oooh Lexi - poor you!  Having done the Miners and Pyg Track routes up/down Snowdon I admire your descent down to the Miners Track - I would have been very slow on that but poor you to fall over on the "flat" - hope not too much damage sustained!

ATOM - well done on completing the half.

I hate boats - am fine on any other mode of transport but really boats do my head in! 

I have written 1.5 essays out of 3, observed a tennis lesson and about to help take 7 excited 9 year old boys to a go-karting party!! Eek.

Mouse - no, I'm not at work today but I am at work tomorrow and Thursday - mind you we can run away together on Friday when I come to Bristol with HLad for tennis competition!! - He'll be able to find his own way home won't he?!

02/04/2012 at 11:37

Vinnie must be getting a sore neck by now.

Mouse - the Skye thing was fairly recent but they never properly moved there. With the proceeds from their house in Fort William they got a smaller house in Mallaig on the mainland. Then with the loose change they got another house on Skye, theoretically to rent out as a holiday home. But they're rubbish business people and never really did that so just ended up with two houses that they flitted between. At one point they wanted to live on Skye full time so put the Mallaig house up for sale. In the meantime they decided they weren't sure about Skye and have recently fallen in love with Orkney. So they've managed to sell the Skye house, still haven't sold the Mallaig house and are planning on moving to Orkney when they do sell.

Parents, eh? But it's okay, I've gone through all the travel options and found that the cheapest (i.e. a few hundred quid) route is to wake up at stupid o'clock, hammer it up to Aberdeen for 5pm, 6-hour ferry trip and then land on Orkney at just the right side of midnight. That'll be fun. Why can't they retire to Spain or Florida like reasonable people?!

02/04/2012 at 11:55
SVT - parents, eh <shakes head> - so you miss out on the cheap flights and the warm weather and get to know the North Sea in great detail
Crash Hamster    pirate
02/04/2012 at 12:18

Tsk, they really should be moving south, shouldn't they?

Nicely essayed, HL; nicely run, Mr A

Mr P, that's the problem with wind power; it's like horses, you're reliant on a capricious external agency for motive power; use of your own energy or an internal combustion engine is much more controllable!

I have runned; I give you this:

Things People Say to You when you're Out Running Nuber 1467:

'You nearly caught me with me knickers down! that'd've been a sight for you!'

02/04/2012 at 15:01

Crashie - context please!

Crash Hamster    pirate
02/04/2012 at 15:12
Was running through field; couple coming the other way; he was about 20 yards ahead of her; I said 'Morning!' to him; when I got level with her, she uttered the immortal phrase. I assume she'd been having a wee, though there are other possibilities...
Mighty Lexi    pirate
02/04/2012 at 18:19

Its all happening round your end eh Crashie....Ooh perhaps i should have rephrased that a bit better considering what you have just said.......!!!

Evening All...........

I arrived at A&E....full, golly must be a good film on't big screen, there's rucks o people watching....!! Triag Nurse asked questions...looked at knee and said.....*You sure you didn't fall from the top of Snowdon?*.....*No i would have landed on my head and everything would have been fine*. I planned on being there well into mid afternoon, had put a flask of coffee in the car (nice advice M.ouse). However obviously they assumed i had seen the film and called me in immediately..... Doc agreed i must have dived off the top....NOooo i just don't bounce well.!! Was sent to Xray......Yay...nothing broken....then masochistic Doc wanted to see if i had damaged that did hurt..... But tougher than *They* thought. Will be a wonderful multi coloured bruise in a few days to match the ones on the elbows and left arm...but other than that..OK....just need to get rid of pain to start back running....bang goes my PB for the end of this month..

Hayfever is terrible and i sympathize with those on here who suffer, thankfully i don't .

SVT.....Can you not persuade them to move to a remote Island called Jersey or even Normandy? At least its warmer.....or maybe they are trying to tell you something....

HL....Can i join in....I always wanted to have ago at Go carting.

Anyone fancy doing the 3 Peaks Challenge as a team some time in the future? I promise i won't tumble.....if i can help it.

03/04/2012 at 08:49

meortng all

Erm.... that's it, really.

Crash Hamster    pirate
03/04/2012 at 09:11

Morning gentlefolk, dorbing SVT!

It's been t'raining; this is when some precipitation descends from the sky; pretty rare occurrence, apparently...

03/04/2012 at 09:12

Morning and higlepum to SVT.

Lexi - I'm glad to hear it's nothing desperate.  Now do please rest for a bit.  I know, I know that's like talking in a foreign language to you.

Crashie - oppsie!

HL -  I shall start looking for suitable destinations.

I had something else to say, sadly it's gone!

Mighty Lexi    pirate
03/04/2012 at 09:27

Morning All.........

SVT.....Madainn mhath. (Although it will soon change to Norse ).

M.ouse.....This time i have no choice but to rest....Yep its 'THAT' bad. I can painfully bend the knee to sit....but then find it painful to straighten. I walk like Big John Silver *OohArrr Me Hearties...pieces of eight*. Coz i cannot bend it properly. Painting my bathroom tiles is going to be interesting...... Perhaps i will wait till tomorrow.

Crashie......I've just seen Scotland's lovely weather scene.....NOT. I'd stick with t'rain....just dull here....!!!

03/04/2012 at 14:46

I'd take snow over rain any day. Snow is so much more dramatic and gives people a topic of conversation for weeks.

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