We drove to Nottingham to see Les and Chris. It was lovely to see them both.
Home again via the M1 and M25 to bad news about Saints v Liverpool. Oh well...
We had an unexpected and fun walk today with Chris and Nigel, who drove us to Silchester, where we parked at St Mary the Virgin church, inside the walls of the Roman town. The weather was mixed, wet at times, very windy, but lots of sunny spells too. The ground was totally saturated, I don't envy those poor folk in Somerset and all the other places which have flooded.
At one point, Chris stepped into a puddle and it proved to be quite deep. There was a threat of the water going over the top of her boot. I couldn't help laughing. As I was apologising for my lack of compassion, I slipped and fell sideways in the mud. Talk about devine retribution. I always knew Chris had friends in high places...
We lunched at the Plough in Little London, and covered about ten miles in total.
A Japanese artist spent four years of his spare time making the animated film Junk Head 1, and it's stunning. Take a look for yourself...
Full screen this - you won't be disappointed.
Listen to this bike - it sounds amazing.
This biker is cool - and sounds like Robert Webb.
Jerry Gretzinger has created his own unique world.