The Welbeck Hotel
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... called up to pit lane for the start of the race. Dags was checking thing over and noticed an electrical problem..very quickly all hands were on deck taking off the faring to try and find the fault..thankfully a 15 min delay came over the tanoid. Frantically trying to find the fault and change some fuses another announcement was made and whole day racing was stopped due to bad weather up on the mountain..not good at all for some crews as they are booked on the ferry the ...
... myself heading along the beachfront on hard packed stones and sand. It’s extremely ************* the stones and I almost came a cropper on a number of occasions and was extremely glad to get back onto the tarmac!!
Off back South I head towards the town of Ramsey where I see yet another bike shop and so stop for a look in. Again right away I’m offered a cuppa. Perhaps it’s that cold look that I seem to have on me today that makes the shop ...
... pay our entrance fee and get closer and start snapping pictures. It’s just as impressive as can be. What a feat of engineering so we read all the signs that give stats and history. This wheel is names as well, it is Lady Isabella. Well l, why not. We always name our cars. It has a good history which you can find at wikipedia or various on line sites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laxey_Whee l
You can climb ...
Woke up early to weather that could go either way. We had to wait until 9:30 to know if the last day of racing would be held today (Friday) or if it would be postponed until tomorrow because the mountain is shrouded in clouds.
While waiting, Paul, Brian and I walked up to the parish church in Kirk Michael to see the Manx stone crosses. This church holds the largest number of Scandinavian (Norse) crosses from the 6th century, predating the ...