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  1. Happy birthday Tess, hope you are having a good day. Ann and John, πŸΊπŸΊπŸŽ‚πŸΊπŸΊ
  2. Happy birthday Gordon, have a great day. Ann and John. πŸŽ‚
  3. Well done all of you, considering every thing went wrong. Moira, you have got the job. πŸ˜πŸ’‹
  4. We had six out with us today, one of whom, Alan P. was already at Evesham when the rest of us got there, the rest of us being, Mick, Roger, Kevin Y. Phil and me. It was a windy day, again, and that made quite a hard ride, but never mind, it was dry and not too cold. So that was the first Sunday ride of the year. 🚲
  5. Happy birthday Bev, have a good day. Ann and John. πŸ·πŸ·πŸŽ‚πŸ·
  6. First Sunday of the year, let’s go to Evesham. 10 o’ clock, Tardebigge. πŸš΄πŸ½πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ
  7. Happy birthday Phil, and many happy returns. Ann and John. πŸŽ‚πŸ·
  8. Happy birthday Chris, and many happy returns. Ann and John. πŸŽ‚
  9. Five of us at Tardebigge this morning, however, Roger,in his car had forgotten his gloves and so decided to go back home. Now down to four, Kevin Y. Phil C. Ivor and me, we set off towards Croome. Ivor turned off a little later and went his own way. And now there were three, so on we went riding into quite a strong head wind πŸ’¨. We got to the cafe to find the rest of the gang, Moira, Bev, Kevin R. Alan P. And Mick H. so that was eight all together, that’s more like it. There were a lot of other people at the cafe as well, it’s a very popular place. After getting fed and watered, we all rode home together, with the wind πŸ’¨. Although the temperature never went above seven degrees, it didn’t feel cold, not a bad day for the end of the year. 🚲
  10. What we need after the excesses of the last few days, is a nice gentle ride to Croome Park. 10 o’clock, Tardebigge πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ 🚴🏽
  11. Happy birthday Mick, and many happy returns. Ann and John. πŸŽ‚
  12. Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. 🍺
  13. Happy birthday Ken and Leigh, 150 years between you, my goodness! Have a great day, and many happy returns. Ann and John. πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‚
  14. It wasn’t a warm day, and that wind was blowing hard again, but we (6) got a ride in. We went to a very nice cafe at Bishampton, it was full of cyclists, could do with being a bit bigger, but that’s always a problem. Anyway, it only rained for a short time, so we didn’t get too wet. Today’s riders were:- Moira B. Chris Pardoe Roger B. Chris Poole Chris T. John S. 🚲
  15. Bishampton, via Throgmorton. 10 o’clock, Tardebigge. 🚴🏽 πŸ•³πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ
  16. Happy birthday Chris, many happy returns. Ann and John. πŸΊπŸŽ‚
  17. Eight of us started out together, but Mrs. Davis and Ivor went off to Bishampton, so that left Bev, Kev R. Kevin Y. Roger, Chris T. and me. We battled on through the elements, the strong wind that is, and got to the cafe just as Chris P. arrived. We hadn’t been to this cafe before, and I must say it was very nice, I don’t think it could have been very old. There weren’t many people in there and we were served very quickly. Back into the wind, we ride back home. Apart from the wind, it was a very nice day, right up until I was about a mile and a half from home, when the rain 🌧 started, and by the time I got home I was drenched. The joys of cycling. 🚲
  18. Here’s one we haven’t been to before, Clive’s of Cropthorne, WR10 3NE, Farm Shop. Might be a bit breezy. 10 o’clock. Tardebigge. πŸš΄πŸ½πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ
  19. Just two of us started from Tardebigge, it was a cold πŸ₯Ά start. Alan T. and I had an easy ride around the lanes, looking out for icy patches, we stayed upright and arrived at Broad Acres at about 11:40. Mike McClure came in next (in the car), shortly followed by Tess, Roger and Chris P. Mick H. was next, and lastly, Chris T. on his brand new bike. Eating, drinking and chatting came next, the food there is very good and so are the prices, Tess, not having been there before was very impressed with it especially with the free tea top ups. Then it was back out in the cold to ride back home. 🚲
  20. I thought we’d have a gentle sobering up run this week, a steady ride round, and end up at Broad Acres. The weather looks quite cold, so if you want to start later, we could all meet up there. 10 o’clock. Tardebigge. 🚴🏽 πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ
  21. Misty start this morning, but not too cold. Five of us from Tardebigge, Moira, Phil, Ivor the Engine, Chris T. and me. We had a nice steady ride over to Wooton Wawen, where we found the cafe was very busy, but we did manage to get seats, then a few minutes later, in came Chris P. and Roger. It was very good company and we all rode home together, after fixing Moira’s bike, and then Chris had a puncture on the way back. Oh well that’s the way it goes. 🚲
  22. Wooton Wawen, The Cowshed. 10 o’clock Tardebigge. πŸš΄β€β™€οΈπŸš΄πŸ½
  23. Happy birthday Roger old chap, and many happy returns. Ann and John. πŸΊπŸΊπŸŽ‚πŸΊπŸΊ
  24. We got to Pershore no problems at all, there were quite a few puddles about but they didn’t cause any trouble. Eight of us started from Tardebigge, but Ivor zoomed off in a different direction. So there was Moir, Bev, Kevin R. Phil, Chris T. Roger And me. We spent a happy forty-five, or so, minutes filling our faces and sorting out the world’s problems, and then back home. It was a coldish day, but not too bad, there was plenty of room in the cafe, I think people were keeping away after seeing the floods in the news. Good day out. 🚲
  25. Well, if it turns out that we can’t get there, we’ll meet up at Broad Acres. πŸ€žπŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ
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