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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern jock View Post
    You've been back for how long exactly?

    Saying that I'm only 2 weeks back after 3 weeks in the States so can't winge. But will.
    2 weeks back after 3 weeks in Greek Peloponnese, Macedonia & Albania..I know, mustn't grumble but I will as well
    I'm in need of a 2 year plan to escape the constraints/repetition/fuckwitted colleagues and get into a situation that will allow me/us to travel at will....Oh bugger, realisation

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    Quote Originally Posted by mspenz View Post
    2 weeks back after 3 weeks in Greek Peloponnese, Macedonia & Albania..I know, mustn't grumble but I will as well
    I'm in need of a 2 year plan to escape the constraints/repetition/fuckwitted colleagues and get into a situation that will allow me/us to travel at will....Oh bugger, realisation
    I've made my plan official and finish in December. Ski pass bought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern jock View Post
    I've made my plan official and finish in December. Ski pass bought.
    That is a bloody good plan, all the best
    I'll see you out on the hill at some point and maybe get a day on skins when the weather behaves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mspenz View Post
    That is a bloody good plan, all the best
    I'll see you out on the hill at some point and maybe get a day on skins when the weather behaves!
    Game on

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    Thumbs up Back in the saddle

    After a prolonged and still ongoing battle with medical issues, eldest son got "back on the horse" yesterday for the 1st time in over 4 months . . . . .



    Of course we did some dirt

    Great to have you riding along side me again Neil

    SteveT


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    Good news about Neil Steve, pass on my best wishes and I hope that he keeps improving

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    Quote Originally Posted by mspenz View Post
    Good news about Neil Steve, pass on my best wishes and I hope that he keeps improving
    Cheers Mike

    A couple of piccies from this mornings wanderings . . . . .





    SteveT


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    Thumbs up Out again

    Seeing as the time is drawing near when I put Big Bird to bed for the winter, and as it is almost officially winter, what with the clocks going back, I thought I’d best give the big girl a run out into the autumnal leaves before she’s tucked up for the winter.

    Bridge of Balgie always lends itself to a good ride out, so orf I set, wending my way sarf via mainly small roads and the odd big one.

    Plenty of orange and yellow hues dangling from the trees . . . .


    Stopped for a brew next to the local war memorial . . . . . .


    And me being me, when a wood calls me into it’s midst, I’m always happy to explore . . . .


    Heading further south, took this nice scenic shot back towards the Glen . . . . .


    As I topped the road near the dam, the clouds were doing their best to out run each other . . . . .


    The clouds omen was not a good one – the run back north was accompanied by a very, very strong cross wind. Glen Shee was fun, but I chickened out of trying to ride side saddle over the Lecht, so took the long road home via the Cabrach.

    Nice way to spend a Saturday

    SteveT


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    Thumbs up

    Not raining - time to ride





    SteveT


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