I feel your pain .......... That said, I have to compliment the farmer I saw cutting his hedge near Epney yesterday. His missus was out there with a broom, sweeping up the thorns straight away. Take note, farmers of Britain.Cycling home tonight noticed farmer had been out again cutting the hedge,thorns all over the cycle track, got home to both Step children having punchers, my evening gone. Thanks mr farmer
Same experience as me over this part of the country.
Really need to show them how to fit a new tube, as for me, puncture proof tyres !I feel your pain .......... That said, I have to compliment the farmer I saw cutting his hedge near Epney yesterday. His missus was out there with a broom, sweeping up the thorns straight away. Take note, farmers of Britain.
That is because people moan, but do not complain. Next time you come across hedge cuttings or mud left on the highway phone the highways department, I do.yes, but unfortunately a lot of them don't, especially in good ole Norfolk, managed to avoid a puncture at the weekend, just!!
Maybe we could get 'Mr Leafblower fanatics' to follow the farmers around actually doing something useful with their toys instead of just annoying their suburban neighbours with the feckin noisy things.Dry stone walking is now middle class, wild water swimming middle class, kids parties middle class. This middle class thing pops up a lot on this forum. Could somebody give me a specific list as I would not like to get above my working class position in life.
Lucky I drive a VW and not an Audi.
Back on topic, it is our duty to report, it us the only way conditions will improve.