The Retirement Thread

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Dirk, 6 Apr 2017.

  1. PaulSB

    PaulSB Legendary Member


    My Mrs P and I will have been together 41 years come August and married for 39 in November. Did or where any of us able to look that far ahead in our youth? I know I couldn't.
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  2. The Jogger

    The Jogger Guru

    Cloudy and breezy day here on the Costa del Sol, out for the rescue dog walking in the hills and maybe a wee road trip somewhere for lunch.
  3. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member


    13th June 1981
    "Snow was visible on the North Pennines above 2300ft with temps in the Highlands only reaching 1-2C. In Penrith, N Pennines, it was raining heavily with afternoon readings of just 4-5C, quite remarkable for daytime temps in early June and especially when temps touched 26C just days prior. Snow was visible over the N Pennines after the clouds broke."

    And the Queen was shot at.
    Last edited: 13 Jun 2019
  4. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    Will you be free climbing the house?
  5. The Central Scrutinizer

    The Central Scrutinizer Veteran

    Congrats to mr and mrs Paulas :okay:
    Just over 43 years for mrs TCS and i.
    It's just started to rain here so no :bicycle:for me today.:cursing:
    Tomorrow looks better here so i am definitely going to get out.
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  6. Dave7

    Dave7 Guru

    51 for us next month. As I often say, it seems just like yesterday......and we know what a crap day that was :rolleyes:
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  7. welsh dragon

    welsh dragon a permanent vacancy now exists

  8. OP

    Dirk If 6 Was 9

    Devon's Gold Coast
    Well......I suppose I'd better get up.:sad:
    It's going to be one of those 'can't be arsed' type of days.:blink:
    Still, looking on the bright side, it's nice to be able to have the option.:okay:
  9. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    Well '68 was
    "The temperature rose above 32C. on the first day of the month, but after a few spots of thundery rain, contaminated by Saharan dust, the 2nd was less hot, and the 3rd was sunny but cool and fresh. The rest of the first week was dry and rather warm with sunny spells. It then became unsettled at times, and on the 10th it was cool and wet with 24mm of rain and a high of only 17C Cool and cloudy northerly winds developed several times during the rest of July."

    Last edited: 13 Jun 2019
  10. GM

    GM Legendary Member

    North of the river

    Congratulations to you both. The canal cruise sounds brill, enjoy!
  11. Cavalol

    Cavalol Guru

    Millennium Path today not much better than yesterday. Dog doesn't like going that way anyhow, but it's a popular route with cyclists. Not a complaint though, we're lucky to have it to use. IMG_20190612_123417.jpg
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  12. Dave7

    Dave7 Guru

    We organised a canal cruise for our 45th. Weather was iffy but fortunately didnt ruin it. S.I.L brought a disposable BBQ and we supplied the was a good memory.
  13. Dave7

    Dave7 Guru

    Nice one, thanks for that. Married the 27th and went to Scarborough for our honeymoon, it was dry but bl**dy freezing a lot of the time.
  14. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    Just popped over to Calis to see the amazing sunset they have there, on the way back across Fethiye bay the sky was slight with a lightning storm, currently sitting outside at our favourite interesting dinner.
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  15. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    14°C freezing!
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