Not been able to start training for 2014 yet, was hoping to bounce into it straight from Henley but my back still hasn't forgiven me to pushing on when I probably should have binned the race 10 miles into the bike course.
Been having physio and now seeing a chiropractor, its starting to show signs of improvement but will see how the next few weeks go.
Lucky for me my main race is late in the year but I was hoping for a good solid winter. At the moment its just very light training.
There's one thing for sure, a Yes vote will have far reaching consequences for the remainder of the UK, 25% of the Labour Party's key vote will dissapear with a Scottish exit from the House of Commons. Who knows how the consequences will play out, if the Conservatives have a clear majority it wouldnt be long before English nationalism rises further along the lines of UKIP (Not BNP), there could be a split in the Conservatives along the lines of the US tea party movement, furture battles fought out between the right of UK politics. Labour as a movement would be marginalised.
There is good reason that the rest of the UK should have had a vote, contrary to scare mongering I think polls show there is a lot more support in the UK for the union than in Scotland. But then I guess the Scottish nationalist bias will say thats due to English centric policy?