Trips and adventure planned for 2020?

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scottyuk
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Re: Trips and adventure planned for 2020?

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scottyuk wrote:
Wed Mar 18, 2020 10:33 pm
A lap of Ireland at Easter
Cochem trip in a couple of months
Due in Scotland later in the year
Thetford long weekend bikebash/camping in August

Not really expecting any of those to happen. Fingers crossed for my 3 days at Estoril in September!
My pessimism was a bit off. Easter's trip didn't happen but Cochem is on! :clap:

Role on 4:30am Friday morning! :crazy:

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scottyuk wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:53 pm
scottyuk wrote:
Wed Mar 18, 2020 10:33 pm
A lap of Ireland at Easter
Cochem trip in a couple of months
Due in Scotland later in the year
Thetford long weekend bikebash/camping in August

Not really expecting any of those to happen. Fingers crossed for my 3 days at Estoril in September!
My pessimism was a bit off. Easter's trip didn't happen but Cochem is on! :clap:

Role on 4:30am Friday morning! :crazy:
If the Covid stuff were different i'd have been there in a shot with you this year... Should be an absolute blast mate !

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Re: Trips and adventure planned for 2020?

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scottyuk wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:53 pm
scottyuk wrote:
Wed Mar 18, 2020 10:33 pm
A lap of Ireland at Easter
Cochem trip in a couple of months
Due in Scotland later in the year
Thetford long weekend bikebash/camping in August

Not really expecting any of those to happen. Fingers crossed for my 3 days at Estoril in September!
My pessimism was a bit off. Easter's trip didn't happen but Cochem is on! :clap:

Role on 4:30am Friday morning! :crazy:

I'll see what i can do about the rain for you, enjoy. 🌧🌦🌤☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️
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Since Tomcat wrote his post on April Fools Day things have already opened up a bit. But we know that's a compromise with safety to help the economy. So IMO he is still right about the big picture, especially for anyone (like my wife and to a lesser degree, me) with a pre-existing health condition.

At the moment I'm just grateful I can get out for day trips on the bike, which I think are pretty safe as long as I'm self-sufficient for food and drink and make sure I'm in a rural area when the need for a pee arises.

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I'm hopeful me and the Gremlinette can still get away to Bologna and the surrounds for our annual Italian biking week during the October half term. So far just the bike and flights booked.

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Dodgy knees wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 9:08 am
scottyuk wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:53 pm
scottyuk wrote:
Wed Mar 18, 2020 10:33 pm
A lap of Ireland at Easter
Cochem trip in a couple of months
Due in Scotland later in the year
Thetford long weekend bikebash/camping in August

Not really expecting any of those to happen. Fingers crossed for my 3 days at Estoril in September!
My pessimism was a bit off. Easter's trip didn't happen but Cochem is on! :clap:

Role on 4:30am Friday morning! :crazy:

I'll see what i can do about the rain for you, enjoy. 🌧🌦🌤☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️
After a pissing wet journey down to Folkestone it was a bit on and off until lunchtime and then dry and warm all the way there and back :thumbup: