Discussion in 'Other Photography' started by Mikey, Feb 25, 2014.
Bike gone Bye Bye before the winter arrived Paul
Brings back memories as I used to have one of those in the black and yellow colours, unfortunately some barsteward stole it when it was only 5 months old.
Today I took the bike for a spin . . . . .
Just south of Loch Ness, on the smaller, less trafficked roads, not to large a stones throw from Lowflyers . . . . . . who heard me coming again and hid behind the curtains
Was the car parked in the driveway ?
I am working 50/50 at home the now as I can't really walk on the uneven ground on the sites.
I must have thought you were my boss
No Octavia present, just yer bosses ickle motor.
Didn't knock, just noted the missing Octavia and guessed at you being "on-site"
Spring is finally here. What better way to enjoy it than a 200 mile 'work' trip on the work bike.
Ace piccy Nick. Me seen some snow today as well . . . .
As usual Steve, excellent pics.
However, you should really think about where you make a brew.
Take it you weren't bitten ??
I wondered if anyone would spot the sign
Nah, never got bitten, just a glowering look from a local keeper who turned onto the old road I'd parked on (after missing the "No Vehicluar Access" sign ).
I was further up the hill following the path of the burn when he drove in. He'd spotted the bike, drove in, spotted my brew kit and must have decided that I was not up to no good
Lowflyer in a "Happy Place" . . . . .
That should come with a warning before opening
The warning being "throw the cork away as you won't need it any more".
The Inversnekkian was taking large quatities of the amber nectar over the weekend . . . . . . for medicinal purposes of course
A man at peace!
Oh you cnut
All of you
Took Big Bird for a burrle this afternoon, seeing as the sun is still shinning
General Wades road Tomintoul
The old bridge over the Spey at Grantown
Supposed to be an hours bimble . . . . . . . . . 4 hours later and over half a tank of fuel vapourised = BIG SMILES
From todays bimble . . . . .
And one from todays bimble . . . . . .
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