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... On route to a spot we passed a truck selling 'Isle of Man' ice-cream from happy cows so we tried one (to share) and I have to admit it was probably the nicest ice-cream I have had the pleasure of eating in a long time, in particular the rum and raisin and vanilla.
To the race itself, Vern has said it was a highlight for him and something he would like to come back to. Our spot was near the start finish line and he would have liked more time to go around ...
... and headed back. Bryan beat me by a half hour, and we decided to rug up and take the electric tram to Laxey and change for The Snaefell electric railway. Passed the vantage point of Bungalow, then reached the summit..... Hot cuppa in order! Blowing a gale. Saw bikes on the mountain road (visitors). Headed back to Laxey, walked around there and saw the water wheel, then home. Dinner, then bed - light till ...
... on my marshalling bin for me as he is a family friend, how good is that!! so I left my marshalling bib for him to to do this with, and with any luck, sometime in September John will post this home for me) It also gave me the opportunity to meet personally one of the riders who was killed in this year TT , Bomber Mills, and that on reflection was a very sobering experience for me, though at the time of our meeting he was frustrated , he had broken down at Union mills ...
... in ideal conditions! The race commenced and fortunately for all there were no incidents, though there was a fire in the pits during a refuelling manoeuvre that went pear shaped, this caused a lot of confusion and some ruffled feathers. The event is a time trial and the pits were closed so bikes that were in for refuelling had to wait until the pits were reopened, they received some time credits. Another win for Michael Dunlop he has had a greatTT ...
... to a holt in a remote bleak and lonely cafe at the end of the line. The TT track snakes it's way through alpine grasslands in the higher part of the course and less densely settled parts. I am guessing that if the weather is fine the bikes would be going flat biscuit over this section . The plan for the competitors on this section is to Just keep an eye out for marshals huts dotted along the edge of the road as this would indicate the location of a corner The fog rolled in ...