Discussion in 'Commuting' started by kevin_cambs_uk, 2 Aug 2012.
cause the weather in this country just shite.
and I am fed up with it
It's has been a pretty torrid year. Apart from the few days of sunshine last week it seems as if Wibter never truly let go.
Today until 2.00pm when the showers started, got a slight sunburn on my arms, does that qualify !
We had summer last week. I was on late shift and missed it!
Starts on the 48th of Julember
Wibter sounds quite good...
i live in wales, it rains most days
weekend weather looks shite too
low pressure all over uk
does my head in !
It was that two weeks in March
I've let the weather get to me this year, which has really messed with my head.
Several reasons -
I've just started a new job and timing was such that I haven't been able to get a summer holiday. First time in about 25 years I haven't had a break in the school holiday.
My cycling time is limited and its difficult if I have time to go and its bucketing down.
I'm trying to do some work visits/ appointments by bike and dont have the whole sweat/ clothes thing cracked yet. Rain makes it doubly difficult - to the point that it looks as though I might have to get a car for work use.
So the worst weather I can remember has coincided with me feeling more grumpy and discombobulated than usual.
23rd October at 9:30 am.
Autumn starts on 23rd October at 9:33 am
Winter starts on 23rd October at 9:42 am.
Now you know.
It has got me down aswell mate - your not alone. I had to take my car upto Liverpool Street,and kept thinking what a waste as i should have ridden from Paddington!
Still in the process of sorting out a triban 3,with full black mudguards & panniers
You got soaked as well riding home yesterday?
Absolutely drenched last night and I sheltered for about 40 minutes at Over station to let the worst monsoon part pass. Beautiful double rainbow though, a full unbroken half circle North to South so a pot of gold at each end .
it has just started, the suns come out......no sorry it's gone in again....
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