Bit stiff still Speedy.
Hello Tinribs. Welcome back.
Is it me or is it a bit flippin chilly tonight? Brrrrrr. rests cold feet on Tippy
Well done Speedy.
Cold feet? That's nothing Tippy. Just wait till I snuggle up and put my hands on your back - that'll make you squeal.
How's the shed coming on BTW? Are you selling membership yet?!
You ok Eagle? My hamstrings are sore. Anybody would think I'd been up a few hills recently!!
Limper the "shed" is getting there a bit behind due to OH working every weekend at the moment.
However Tippy Lake is virtually finished, need to fire up the boiler and let the water circulate so we can transfer the kiddies next spring.
Evening all. (remember Dixon of Dock Green?)
My quads are sore. Probably something to do with hitting body pump hard again (I love those squat jumps in the lunge track) and then running home. Could be a chilly long run with Tippy in the morning.
It's flippin freezing here. I bottled out of running tonight. Somehow I don't mind the cold in daylight but after dark it's just too tedious!
Good luck Speedy and family.
Blimmin eck boys. That's a good run.I can't even be bothered to put my PE kit on today. It is so windy down here and bitterly cold. I see absolutely no pleasure in going for a run when it's like this. It would just be miserable.Now maybe if I had a couple of good looking fellas to chivvy me along...
Listens out for sounds of squawlling Scottish babies
This morning's flight on Eagle Airways went well. Weather conditions condusive to a smooth flight. In flight entertainment always guaranteed - could be comedy, dark humour, blue, historical, complete fantasy, or complete BS depending on which button fellow travelers push. The in flight catering is basic though. The duck did behave on the flight so minimal turbulence. One draw back though - no inside toilet onboard. Ticket prices are very reasonable, strip searches at the airport only on request, but no sharp objects allowed on board.
Speedy - I could pass on a few tips I was given by a medic when awaiting my first baby - but as he was an army medic they aren't really publishable!!!
I've been on one of those Eagle Flights. They are pleasant affairs providing you don't mind carrying your own gear and being hurried along when you'd rather stay still and take in the sights!! Very hospitable staff I must say and quite well turned out!
Bookings on Eagle Airways are now open for the flights to Portsmouth Coastal (marathon), Bramley (20 mile), Heartbreaker (14 mile), Reading (Half). Booking has closed for the flight to Sodbury - all seats sold.
Well this morning a had a local flight and picked up a lone bird along the way. On landing was due to do the usual body pump then stretch & tone. Due to booking error and crap checking in desk staff ended up doing neither. Hit the gym instead, then went sloe picking. This afternoon has seen the sloes meet the gin and the sugar, and Mrs E has made two (I can't mention the word before December) cakes for our sons. Ours will be made next weekend.
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