The Town House
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... walking up to the start line with the boys and pit crew to see them off and yet again held back tears. I wanted my Hubby back in one happy piece. I sat with Jan and Dan up on the grandstand and clock watched only to see Chris give a thumbs down and cut off signal..something had happened but he wasn't panicking so I assumed and it was another break down, shortly after another 'R' was put on the score board. This time the break down was up on the mountain with no pub in ...
... this race track right on my tail end but accelerating out of these hairpins and up the rather steep slopes no car has any chance over a bike and by the time I see them again I’m right up on the mountain overlooking the town with my camera taking photos!!
This road is as smooth as glass and is just amazing. Sports bikes come racing past me at hi speeds but even though my bike is not a sports machine it’s still great fun on this long winding road.
... a Victorian fair in the village of Laxey. Definitely sounds like something we should visit. So we leave the wheel, taking a lot more photos as we go along, and stroll back into the village.
They have opened the tiny steam railway now for rides but we miss it as it pulls out of the station. They are tiny trains and the engineer is standing on the engine and practically dwarfs it. There are two trains and they ...
... to make this monument with the tools available at the time.
Back at the house, we learned that today's races would be postponed, so we have a "free" day. Some of us decided to go to Douglas for the day, but first Gary and I went back to the church so I could do some rubbings. I had asked the caretaker if I could touch the stones, and was told "you can do anything you like, except take them!" I didn't think ahead and bring proper ...