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... late and we had to get back. Dags and Pauline turned up shortly after us and we all got ready for more walking into town for a bite to eat and go to prize giving..sadly not to see Rich and Dags receive anything but for them to say goodbyes to who they new. We did hope to cheer Noel and Dwight Beare on collecting there wins but they didn't for whatever reason turn up.. Our hope for another sunny day to pack up and explore the beautiful Isle of Man some more was squashed by ...
... wishing I had taken the Transalp!! Well, after today I really am glad I brought this bike instead of the Transalp. The roads I went over today were extremely rough and for sure the Transalp would have struggled with them. The Tenere has loads of ground clearance and so just went over the rocks etc without any problem but had I been on the Transalp for sure the bottom guards protecting the engine would have been battered nonstop by rocks and mud banks etc.
Another great adventure was ...
... buildings to get back to the car and find some booths and dancers a block down the street. They are Manx dancers doing the traditional Manx dance so we watched them for a while and I am no more familiar with a traditional Manx dance now than I ever was. So many “traditional” dances are so much alike from other cultures and dances that sometimes it is only the clothing that can tell you where it is from.