Monthly Archives: September 2012

Light refreshing rain

Yes those were the words John said as we started the climb of Dunning Glen and a light drizzle fell. The drizzle didn’t last long as it turned to full wind blown rain within a few corners and then lasted … Continue reading

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Sunday – Glen Corb

Today you will be mostly cycling up hill. Starting in Perth at the Albert Memorial at 8:15am and then the Cherrybank Inn at 8:25. You will set off in the Dunning direction. When you reach Dunning take a left up … Continue reading

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The Girl With The Bright Red Hair.

The sun was not really up, and the air was colder than a witches tit, when we set out this morning. Somebody had stolen all the scenery or at least painted it all grey (we could have been at the … Continue reading

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And the Run for Sunday is an On Highlighter One

And the run for Sunday is an on highlighter one , with plenty of escapes for those not wanting to go all the way. Start: Usual place T&P and the usual 7:45 time. Heading along the Main Road towards the … Continue reading

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Sunday 16th

I’ll not be out to play. Enjoy. – David

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The hundred miler

The hundred miler cropped up in wheezed conversation on Sunday past and this set me thinking about not just a hundred miler but something with a bit of a challenge attached to it. Something that could include our cycle widows … Continue reading

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Roll me over in the Clova and do it again

The morning was still, definitely a slight autumnal feel to the temperatures, all is well. We roll down the village, collecting clinicians as we go. I am out again with the Whippet brothers. I do my best to keep the … Continue reading

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