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- 12 Jul 2008, 10:50pm
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: Introductions - tell us about yourself
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Name, Malcolm Occupation, Building manager, sort of a posh caretaker! Hobbies, Cycling, and working in an old Copper mine on Sundays, its a mix of graft and archaeology. Wife Denise and two Daughters, Rachel and Sarah. have a reasonably good workshop as I do most of the engineering for the mine. :ro...
finnished tea, washed up taking Mrs Ferrit out to a do then come home feet up and play on PC, was going to Chester this am, got up early 5.30 (my usual time during week) looked out of bathroom window and went back to bed. contemplating early night and another go at Chester tomorrow.
my workshop, with my new pride and joy, Giant SCR 1.5 leaning against the boxford lathe, on the left milling machine / drill, behind that Myford ML7. I've never kept the floor as clean, don't want nasty sharp bits of metal the tyres. weather permitting off to Chester early am tomaorrow (Sat). :D htt...
- 10 Jul 2008, 8:44pm
- Forum: Lands End to John O'Groats
- Topic: A rather rude question
- Replies: 18
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Hi jonjonjon I have a similar situation every sunday as I venture forth underground, The human body clock is a marvelous timepiece that can be trained. I ensure that I go before I go! with regular working the clock nearly allways knows what time to go, usually about half an hour after breakfast. As ...
- 28 Jun 2008, 2:37pm
- Forum: Cycling Goods & Services - Your Reviews
- Topic: Good service at local bike shop
- Replies: 3
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Just bought my new, Road bike Giant SCR 1.5 from Ric Green in Handforth Cheshire, I've been pushing an old mountain bike about for the last 6 weeks while I've got my well earnt pennies together. and its needed some bits and pieces to keep it going, They have been very helpfull and supportive. lots o...