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... and the finest of these would be selected. That said I am not sure how having a race where cyclist ride around and round a field (on the grass) would help to pick out powerful warriors!
Again there were so many bands at this competition. I am fairly sure there was more buses of bands then members of the public, and there was a lot the public too.
We have taken to setting up two marquees for the band and band gear. we borrowed one from a local football team and ...
... are pulling up at the gate just 5 minutes after the check-in time.
After checking in and getting our bike gear out to dry, Dave has a look at the bikes. We had both noticed that the brakes didn't sound too good on the long downhills encountered today, especially the 23 degree drop we had at one point. Yes, all the brakes need replacing. Our host advises of a good cycle shop around the corner and about 100 metres or ...
... we'd had our breakfast we went up to the very top deck where they had put out some sun loungers, so we decided to make the most of our last couple of hours on board and enjoy the sunshine. I am currently reading The Girl Who Played with Fire by Steig Larsson, the second volume in the "Millennium" trilogy. I read a couple of chapters before we decided to go back inside, as the sun was quite hot and we ...
... cousin). We met at their local - the Scone Arms - where we had a great meal. (Actually, just before we got down to dinner, Scott, Jim's and Gladys' son, came by with his partner Sandra to say hello.) After dinner we strolled the 100 or so feet down to their house and spent a few more hours catching up and having a few drams.
Thursday, July 28. Having had a glorious day of sun on the Wednesday we should have guessed that it would be miserable on the Thursday - the day ...
... up and down the one lane that was free, it was our turn to try and move. And it wall went well. With no room to turn around (and no real desire to try and risk it by turning around), we just kept the momentum up and kept driving north. After about another 5 or so miles, the snow had all but disappeared. Clearly, this blizzard had just been a band that had passed through that one section of Scotland in a bad bit of road.
Given that we knew that hill would still ...