Thankyou for our Annniversary wishes, we had a lovely meal out with some friends in an oldy worldy pub.
Wow, it’s a week since I last posted. I haven't been sitting around eating Bon Bon's though, no. I have been a busy girlie.
Then again, depends on your definition of busy.
I’ve been busy ordering and swapping my stash of Autumn Reading Matter. Because I’m like the Squirrel of readers. I need to have a little stash ready for when the cold nights come and I can cosy up by the fire. Can’t actually wait for that.
That’s what the pile that came through the post looks like.
Then their was the Steam Fair at the weekend. And I just know you want to see the danger.
Welcome to The Wall of Death.
Where for the bargain price of £2 you can watch men & women riding motorcycles up and around what can only be described as a big wooden tube.
The pictures aren’t great, they were going too fast (feelsickmuch?) even for my sport and drive mode…but you get the gist.
Hmmm. Not really my idea of a Sunday Afternoon bike ride.
We watch the Wall of Death every time it’s at a fair. They really should be supported dontcha think? I often think to myself, how do you learn something like this? ‘ok so off you go, just ride vertically up that wooden structure that we only just put together half an hour ago, and then go around as fast as you can. Try not to fall off or throw up’
Other fun rides were there like this caravan on a spit construction.
I did not partake, even though we were told you don’t actually go all the way around, you sit in the middle and the caravan rotates around you.
I knew my brain would not be sophisticated enough to know this, so I let Mr D go in and do the reckie. I was right. I would have hated it.
Amazing, when you think about it. Some of us spend our spare time Blogging. Whilst others are thinking of 101 ways to save the caravan from the scrapper.
Now I have some serious visiting to do. What are you waiting for? Get the kettle on.