Sunday, 11 November 2018

Some motorcycling as winter begins

The blog has been quiet the past month, apologies for that but with no big trips and no major gatherings twitter has been enough, however there has been a fair bit of motorcycling, the end of Season Norton meeting took place about three weeks ago at Tullybannocher, very poor Norton turnout, only 2 Commandos made it however the people are what its all about so a big thanks to those who did come along to make it an enjoyable day blethering, the meeting clashed with Erics wee Smokey do so I think many of our usual attendees fancied Erics banter rather than mine, next time we'll try not to clash dates.
The last few weekends have also seen the 650 BMW's being brought out to play, ideal for finding the small deserted roads that abound in Perthshire and Fife, some really excellent miles in stunning colourful Autumnal scenery, only thing was I was enjoying it so much I didn't take many photos. Heated gear is back on so although its a bit colder Mr Gerbring is providing warmth, ye cannae whack it!

Only 2 Nortons
Nice used Commando
Playing in the ford
and again
Tea stop at Rait Antiques centre (very good) 
Small roads , bliss
The Tay and the Fair City (Perth)
Fiona wondering what I'm doing
Back road into Comrie, splendid
Buchanty Spout, Impressive


  1. Aye, so that is where you had been! Bit of a sickener, but I've sent email. Pleased to see that all is well and the tinkering in the des res continues. Agree with this sentiment "Small roads, bliss".
    Good health, Myreside

  2. Hi Gino and Fiona, sorry the Smokey clashed with Tullybannocher, I'll try to ensure we don't do that again but the weekends just seem to get eaten up, so many destinations, so many opportunities.All the best Eric.

    1. Cheers Eck, short Summer always a problem, catch up soon!

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