Kind of… It looked a lot bigger through my eyes.
…nearly. Only three lessons to go and we are half way through the academic year 🙂 And Spring is just around the corner. Well, not this corner… Lovely still morning in Reading. Great day for cycling! Errr… Oh yes, Reggie stayed at work last night as I got […]
When I was a student at York University back in the late 1990s, a series of revolutions spread down through eastern Europe. Poland had been rumbling for years but in 1989 successive regimes crumbled. It was an exciting period of recent history but many students in York had their […]
A strange week of extremes on apsykes.com ; from last weekend to mid-week I was getting around 200 hits a day… and in the second half of the week under 100. Could this be all the Year 11 kids at school who had discovered that Reggie has his […]
Not me. I’m still stuck in Reading on a grey and dreary Saturday morning but hey! It’s Saturday morning so I shouldn’t complain. I’m a bit of a shandy cyclist compared to some; earlier this week, Jim Rawnsley invited me to join him and some friends on a […]
How about stopping labelling them as “bottom sets”?
Article below from the TES; deciding to walk or cycle to school, or work or anywhere really is a decision you make because you believe it is the right thing to do, not because of some glossy advertising campaign or some green do-gooder. Luckily, some of us have […]
Joe Durnall has emailed; I hope you don’t mind me emailing. I intend to ride the Eurovelo 5 to Rome this coming summer, and wondered if you could give me any indication of the costs of such a venture? I have all the kit (Bike, tent, etc..) and […]
It’s like a sweet shop…