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  2. What year are we talking about 1957-8ish?
  3. Glad you enjoyed the hospitality and sing song. Here are the words to Dion's song. Each time we have a quarrel It almost breaks my heart 'Cause I'm so afraid That we will have to part Each night I ask The stars up above Why must I be A teenager in love? One day I feel so happy Next day I feel so sad I guess, I'll learn to take The good with the bad 'Cause each night I ask The stars up above Why must I be A teenager in love? I cried a tear For nobody but you I'll be a lonely one If you should say we're through Well, if you want to make me cry That won't be so hard to do If you should say goodbye I'll still go on loving you Each night I ask The stars up above Why must I be A teenager in love? I cried a tear For nobody but you I'll be a lonely one If you should say we're through Well, if you want to make me cry That won't be so hard to do And if you should say goodbye I'll still go on loving you Each night I ask The stars up above Why must I be A teenager in love? (In love) Why must I be A teenager in love? (In love) Why must I be A teenager in love? (In love) Why must I be A teenager in love?
  4. yes it turned out a bit wet but that was soon forgotten about with a warm welcome from Alan & Christine. After being fed, watered and having a good old sing along not to mention Christine giving me a guided tour of there lovely home we all went merrily on our way. On our way home through Barnt Green Moira & I were caught out once again by a heavy shower.🌧️🌧️definitely mudguards from now on.
  5. Last week
  6. 32 miles non stop a bit of drizzle here and there on my own the company could have been better! I remember the tune but not the words John
  7. Great day out guys and the best cafe stop this year thanks to Alan and Chris. Good banter and conversation, not to mention the nostalgic music provided by Alan the disc jockey, appreciated by the old amongst us and Moira and Mick the youngsters? It was so good we didn't really want to get back on the bikes. The smoked salmon and scrambled egg was served to perfection !! along with the toast. A big thanks to Alan and Chris for their hospitality.
  8. Yes third time lucky Chris next week 🀞🏻
  9. Well an eventful ride. I'm sorry I missed it. Well done all on getting out in inclement weather. I'm impressed. See you next Sunday. I'm in Wales in the rain!!!
  10. Yes what a grey day. After leaving home in the rain it turned to drizzle by the time I met Roger, We set off over the Lickeys for Tardibegge hoping it would clear up. (Wishful thinking.) and continue to Fladbury etc. Unfortunately the rain got worse and by Priest Bridge we put rain tops on. At the junction we turned right and right again to head for Droitwich and home. Along the way it eased off so tops off but still drizzle in the air. Pity we didn't head in the direction of Philpott Towers before turning for home to find refuse. Still non stop saved cooling down then trying to get going again as the temperature didn't get above 10 degs. Third time lucky then Moira?
  11. Nice write up Moira, and thanks a lot to Alan and Chris for putting up with us. I am still singing that song. 🚲
  12. Well what a day we got wet then dried out and got wet again . I initially met Bev at the end of our drives who had her cycle gear on but Kevin’s crocs on it was drizzling so fair weather Bev cried off preferring the turbo instead. At TB was me , John and Mick so off we set in the drizzle we came across Mick H in FH Lane who stayed with us for a couple of miles before turning off as he was recovering from a virus not the C virus though. We were joined by Barry , Alan and Christine P and almost immediately Alan got a puncture and as he was only 1.5 miles from home and it was raining they both went home after inviting us for tea and toast . We decided to put a couple of loops in the second one as we were sniffing distance of Philpott Towers as Barry wanted to get his miles up which meant we had to go up the little steep hill at Himbleton much to John’s annoyance. But once at Philpott Towers in the warm with lovely tea and toast prepared to perfection by myself and Chris , none of this warm bread it was well toasted. Alan then put some music on from the 50’s which got John smiling we didn’t want to leave. Luckily the rain had stopped so off we set singing β€˜ a teenager in love β€˜ John knew all the words the rest of joined in on the chorus so no wonder it started to rain again !!!! A nice damp ride with a fantastic cafe stop thank you both Alan and Chris for making us so welcome.
  13. 10 o"clock at Tardebigge then is it!! I'll try and drag my old bones along if I can manage it. 🚲
  14. Good, 10.30 by the time you get to me is easier on even older bones and legs!! Electrics for Winter??
  15. Richard I’m sorry about last week but with the rain it wasn’t worth going out but it did brighten up later. It is always worth checking the website on a wet day before heading out . My apologies if you turned up and no one else did not very good of us for a potential new club rider. Right the forecast 🀞🏻Is looking okay for the morning so let’s try and make Clive’s at Cropthorne second time lucky. Barry as planned last week we will be going out via Dormeston so see you by Priest Bridge. It will at 10 am start yes 10 am start as It’s now colder in the mornings and John has told me it takes his older bones longer to get going in the morning 😝 10 am TB πŸš΄β€β™€οΈπŸŒΉπŸš΄
  16. Can you speak up please PLEASE. Lynda showed me.
  17. Earlier
  18. Just learned how to make the letters a lot bigger thank youMoira and Julie. 🚲
  19. Look forward to seeing you. Its not normally as it was this week. Although it is worth looking at club site before going out.
  20. I was hoping to join you for the ride. I didn't know about the forum having learned of the ride via Ivor. I was at Tardibigge 10.00-10.15. I'll try again in a couple of weeks are we're tied up the next two Sundays. Regards Richard Jerina
  21. Right I’ve just spoken to John and we have decided that we are NOT going out as weather forecast doesn’t really improve until midday so if you do venture out have a good one x
  22. Just in from walking the dog and I got wet still raining now so sorry John going to be really radical let’s met at 10.30 am and we’ll do Broadacres instead as the forecast isn’t looking too good. The Philpott’ s arenot coming out %
  23. Don’t shout at me John but looking at the weather there is a chance of rain at 9 am so I’ve made a decision to meet at TB at 10 am for tomorrow only. 10 am TB please confirm you seen the new time πŸš΄β€β™€οΈπŸ€ͺ
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