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BoldonLad

BoldonLad

Old man on a bike. Not a member of a clique.
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South Tyneside
Whoaa Look at the buffers on that.!!

The same buffers in 2010, still in good shape 50+ years later ;)

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mudsticks

Legendary Member

mudsticks

Legendary Member
Well, if anybody wants to take a look at what my wife and I got up to on honeymoon, take a look at this video and it should give you some idea.


View: https://youtu.be/WGKvQavBsOE

:notworthy:

I'm yet to have a 'proper*' honeymoon .

But when it happens it will definitely involve a decent length train trip.
- And doubtless a very loooong walk.

Who knows , perhaps even some impropriety... :angel:

Meanwhile, further excitement ensues .

Mechanic for 'big' tractor turning up soon, to do hydraulic stuff :smile:.

Aaaand a new 6' wide bucket :eek: for the fore end loader is on order.

I'll post pictures at some point , if it's not considered just too titillating for these respectable pages, or Mrs Milkfloat.. :hyper:
 

Mr Celine

Active Member
I was rather hoping someone could enlighten me as to why the Skye' fireboat spouts off like this, for no apparent reason when passing under the bridge .
It's just cuillin off...

Meanwhile here's a photie I took on my honeymoon.
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BTW I never saw the thread on CC. Could someone who did please tell us when we've reached an equivalent level of puerility?
 

mudsticks

Legendary Member
It's just cuillin off...

Meanwhile here's a photie I took on my honeymoon.
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BTW I never saw the thread on CC. Could someone who did please tell us when we've reached an equivalent level of puerility?
I'm not sure we're quite up to the job of equivalency in terms of peurility..:wacko:

We keep getting distracted by choo choo trains trams and tractors...
 

winjim

Welcome yourself into the new modern crisis
I'm yet to have a 'proper*' honeymoon .

But when it happens it will definitely involve a decent length train trip.
- And doubtless a very loooong walk.
I left my heart in Ouray, Colorado.

But the rest of the state was nice as well. It's got mountains, deserts, rivers, forests... we had heatwaves and blizzards, we walked up mountains, we cycled round vineyards, we bathed in hot springs... we stayed in scruffy motels and luxury hotels, we saw ghost mining towns and ancient settlements, brown bears and hummingbirds... ate the best beef I've ever had out at the ranch and drank matcha tea with a weird cult...

It's like the Peak District on steroids.
 
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