Monthly Archives: Oct 2010

Tentative turbo time today

13°C, clear & Calm 25mins on the turbo-trainer, no twinges since there is no sideways stress on the joint on a bike.    

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Abundance of caution

14°C, grey, dry Fix, mend, repair: that’s what holidays are really for. Today it was the shower’s turn to mend. The door has new runners and it’s all smooth running now. Did a few other things too boring to post … Continue reading

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Buying stuff

8°C, showers clearing. Collecting the bike after its re-spray. It’s going to cost big monies, about £100 more than I thought. High up on my wants list is a laptop computer too, but I don’t get paid for another week. … Continue reading

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One more day

2-12°C, clear & colourful Bike will be ready in a few days, cold is almost gone & the half-term break is almost with us. Much needed.

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Notorious

12°C, clear. Hitchcock film (1946): Strange how they used to make them. Cary Grant’s performance was the big puzzle for me- he was an actor right? that means he was paid to act- not just read out his lines. Or is that … Continue reading

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immunology

18°C, cloudy & warmer That lurking cold have come out of the shadows. Nose blocking, with sore chest and mouth. The curious bit, though is that Achilles tendon. Why, when I have a cold do they hurt? Do these viruses go global … Continue reading

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