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Weekend plans

Postby Kwacky » 09 Feb 2018, 09:35

Anyone up to anything?

My wife has been wiped out by the 'flu so I suspect I'll be playing nursemaid.

I'm at the gym tonight.

Tomorrow I've got to take the Versys in to have a decal put on. I might see if they've got anything for me to play on while I'm waiting.

Then the usual ferry the kids about and I suspect I'll have to do some housework as our cleaner has sensibly decided to avoid our house today.

The same for Sunday. I really do need to wash the 650, it's in a bit of a state. Sunday evening out with my brother for a meal and a catch up.
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Fireball » 09 Feb 2018, 14:04

I was supposed to be going to that monkey brain seminar in London that I was on about couple of weeks ago but couldn,t be bothered going in the end.

Instead I,ll be taking the bike out for piling up miles on the clock to get this running in the engine period over and done with. I,m getting fedup with it now. :(
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Scuff » 09 Feb 2018, 15:27

Fireball wrote:I was supposed to be going to that monkey brain seminar in London that I was on about couple of weeks ago but couldn,t be bothered going in the end.

Instead I,ll be taking the bike out for piling up miles on the clock to get this running in the engine period over and done with. I,m getting fedup with it now. :(



Maybe monkey brain needs to be activated to attend ? :D
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Scuff » 09 Feb 2018, 15:39

The usual visit to my kids and grandkids for this evening.

Saturday I'm hoping for a lie in , I'm sure the dog will have other ideas though ! ... I might take a half days laning around the Peak but that's a bit weather dependent .... Afternoon of watching the rugby with a beer would be good.

Sunday we'll be visiting my folks.
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby D6Nutz » 09 Feb 2018, 18:31

The wife isn't feeling to good today so I might have the kids tomorrow.

Sunday, I've got a 10 mile road race in the morning, will probably be wiped out in the afternoon.
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Deegee » 09 Feb 2018, 19:04

As Mrs Gee and myself were ill earlier this week, inevitably MiniGee is down with it today and tomorrow, which alters our plans for the weekend.
So tomorrow we are now visiting FiL in the morning as it’s his birthday, and taking a tasty beverage and some equally tasty vittles as a present, MiniGee will be left at home. Afternoon and evening will be rugby orientated, with beer, snacks and homemade Cornish Pasties.
No idea what Sunday will bring, other than a decent lunch and a hangover.
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Jack » 09 Feb 2018, 19:15

Navy awards dinner - it'll be messy or at least I will be
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Fireball » 09 Feb 2018, 21:49

Scuff wrote:
Fireball wrote:I was supposed to be going to that monkey brain seminar in London that I was on about couple of weeks ago but couldn,t be bothered going in the end.

Instead I,ll be taking the bike out for piling up miles on the clock to get this running in the engine period over and done with. I,m getting fedup with it now. :(



Maybe monkey brain needs to be activated to attend ? :D


Hehehe no Scuff, monkey brain didn,t want to go and die completely. :D
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