I’ll be in the homeland for the next couple of weeks, but I’ve written up a couple of articles that will publish automatically when I’m gone, so you don’t forget me.
My visit will of course involve family and friends, but there’s also a little ‘bike’ in there, too. I’m finally, after many years of procrastinating, going to be taking a two-week bicycle mechanics course at Winterborne Bicycle Institute. If they let me take photos I think there will be a couple of blog posts coming out of this, too.
I’m not the most technical guy around, so maybe they’ll be kind with me on the final exam, too, if I throw a bit of publicity their way!
6 thoughts on “Going Home”
Bon Voyage, eh.
Thanks, Aaron. Good (and weird) to be back.
Great idea! And have a good visit. … including lots of time in coffee shops:-)
Thanks, Suze. Just came back from Tim Hortons. Crap coffee, but good muffins!
We shall be expecting sound advice after your course. One of my cranks fell off in the middle of a ride today so I’ll be first in the queue for tips. Have a good time in Canada.
I’ll do my best, TP. A fallen crank sounds serious. I don’t think that is supposed to happen.