Monthly Archives: April 2010

Earplugs essential

After a week off, it was back out on the Hemlock again tonight. Unfortunately the Hemlock has started creaking loudly again, making the ride something of a cacophonous affair. I’m endeavoring to get some advice on how best to fix … Continue reading

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Levellers – Komedia, Bath

You can tell when you spend too much time at gigs when, on your way out of the venue, the security guard on the door spots you and proclaims "bloody hell, you spend more time here than I do". A … Continue reading

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Amateur Transplants – Redgrave Theatre, Bristol

An excellent evening of entertainment and smut from the Doctors. I’ll never listed to Come on Eileen the same way again.

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Paintball’s Coming Home

We had a fantastic day out yesterday paintballing at Hamburger Hill. Unlike our last attempt at a visit, we all arrived in one piece this time. We did a full-day session, playing around 13 games in total and getting though … Continue reading

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Lifeless legs

My legs hadn’t really gone on strike today, so Sandy and I headed out on the planned off-road ride which on reflection proved to be a bit of a bad move. My legs were totally lifeless, and the climb out … Continue reading

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Hilly miles and tired legs.

Despite suffering from tired legs all day today, the lure of the sunshine was too much and tempted me away from my intended evening of rest. I managed to drag an equally tired Sandy out with me for company, and … Continue reading

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#198 – Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Following a re-watching of Snatch last night, this was well overdue another viewing. 61/250

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In Dust we Trust

I headed out this afternoon on the Hemlock accompanied by Al, we rode pretty much the same route as Friday and the trails were even dustier, and there was even more totty out and about to improve the view. Back … Continue reading

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Hemlock in Rainbow Woods

The more I ride this bike, the more I like it.

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Show of Hands hate me

7/2/10 – Phil Beer, Fiddlers, Bristol. Cancelled the day before. 18/3/10 – Phil Beer, The Tunnels, Bristol. Cancelled on the day. 17/4/10 – Show of Hands, Fiddlers, Bristol. Just been cancelled. I give up, I really do.

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