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Winter is here!

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shirt

17,502 posts

110 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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i'll be up for shooting. do you know they issued a load of firearms certs recently?

Dusty964

6,430 posts

99 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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No, i didn't. Issued to who?

All i want them to do is get something other than a Silver Pigeon- they have never fitted me properly, but ideally I want them to get a side by side.


That will of course, never happen, but I do miss a proper gun



shirt

17,502 posts

110 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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i have been searching for a news story to no avail. jason was telling me - apparently there was a gun show and 1500 certs were issued for rifles, shotguns, handguns etc.

After_Shock

8,671 posts

129 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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thb said:
Bike around the Marina is the answer - each side of the Marina is around 4-5km, so dependant on how energetic you're feeling you can easily rack up a decent stint. I've been easing myself back into it over the past few weeks after tripping over the bike every day throughout summer.
One of the guys at work says him and a couple of others cycle around the edge of the palm and theirs a bar at some point, not sure which of the hotels its in but they stop their for a drink or two and tend not to complete the route!!

thb

268 posts

83 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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Yeah the Palm Crescent is another alternative - and a bit less of a slog to get to from Marina than Nad Al Sheba. Did it when I first bought the bike and nearly passed out - should try again now that i'm a little fitter than I was then!
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Gentleman Geoff

1,058 posts

121 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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shirt said:
treader = pushbike.
Ah. Is that Yorkshire-speak?

shirt said:
what are everyone else's winter plans?
Believe it or not, I might look for another car. The 'hoe is fab but I'd like to complement it with something a bit more PistonHead-ish. I'm moving from Marina Promenade in January so it kinda depends on how all that goes really.

yorky500

1,533 posts

100 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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For the first time since mid-March'ish, I did not have my AC on coming into work this AM - it was a very nice 24/25 Deg C

Asterix

24,438 posts

137 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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I was out for my morning cardio around 6:30am and the breeze actually had cool air in it!

By the time I left for work at half seven, it was already back up to 29C frown

Not long to go though.

Dusty964

6,430 posts

99 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Asterix said:
I was out for my morning cardio around 6:30am and the breeze actually had cool air in it!

By the time I left for work at half seven, it was already back up to 29C frown

Not long to go though.
I was on the balcony at half 5 this morning for my cardio- a cup of coffee and a marlboro, and it was lovely- proper cool air in the breeze.

Roll on, the winter plans involve a lot of shooting


shirt

17,502 posts

110 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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managed a full day in the garage today, doors open /7 zircon off. was a little sweaty but by no means uncomfortable.