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Thursday, 23 December 2010

Festive Wishes

Diggy wouldn't want us to sit around being miserable, so I thought I'd better get the Xmas decs up and start acting like the day after tomorrow is Christmas. Thanks to you all for your support, patience and good humour throughout 2010, this blog would be nothing without the input from you. There have been time when there's been very little input from me, and I apologise for that - you know, things to do, nails to paint and so on! My new years resolution is to catch up with myself and keep this place a bit more up to date in 2011. Hope you'll stick around to see if I can keep my promise or not.

What are your plans for next year?


MFMF said...

festive wishes to yer good s elves
plans for 2011? well get even more bike miles in, this year has shown we are all only on this earth till we are wanted elsewhere, so 2011 work can wait there's fun to be had out there, specially when you have good biking buddies to share it with.
so you have a restful Christmas and get yourself rested ready to entertain us all in 2011.

Lindsay said...

Merry Christmas BC and to Mummy too, wishing you both the very best for 2011, may it prosperous and eventful for you. x

Stuart said...

Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year to all at Cubbie Towers.
May 2011 be filled with many happy biking miles for fellow blog-readers everywhere.

Bantam Cub said...

All the best to you GBC and everyone else too.

This year's plans?...
1. Get the new head on the Bantam Cub.
2. Finish truing up a rear wheel that's been on the bench for... ahem... a few months.
3. Do more runs on the Cub! Maybe even another long, cross-country run, perhaps?

sfb said...

Happy Christmas GBC and all blog-readers!
Plans for next year? Fix some bikes, get rid of some others and end the year with all working bikes and no piles of scrap.......
Hahahahahaha! That's a tall order!

The Chief Bodger said...

Merry Bah Humbug to all at Cubbie Towers. Hope the new year is better than this one just aboot gone.

Waiting for more tales of great adventures!!!


Lindsay said...

Forgot, plans for next year, make a fortune on the stock market with GKP, 6 days on track with John at Val De Vienne to kick the year off. Ride more on the road, take the kids to Spain on holiday, spend less time working and more time having a life.

Anonymous said...

Just love the Santa made from Cub parts :o)

Merry Christmas GBC, Mrs BC and fellow blog followers. Keep warm, keep safe

Graham B

Gorgeous Biker Chick said...

Think you're the first one to notice the flashing Cubbie Santa, GB!

BC, 3 super ideas you have there...hopefully you'll manage all 3...

STUART thanks for the card!

Wotcha Linds, home for Xmas then?

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Lindsay said...

Yep home this year, it wasn't planned, My dad (79) tried to open a door with his foot while carrying 2 cups of coffee, hitered backwards and broke 3 ribs when he hit the door frame and door knob (the breaker of the ribs) on the opposite side of the hall, smacked his head and knocked himself out. He ended up in a heap on the floor out cold, winded and in a puddle of steaming coffee.

It was all my fault of course because if I hadn't been there he would only have been carrying one cup and had a free hand to open the door. My Bad.

I've taken an extra month off to make sure he is properly back on his feet before I go back to work.

When are you expecting the first lambs?

kawa said...

Hope everyone had a nice Christmas and wish you all the best in 2011.

This coming years plans?

Get as many miles and events done as I can.
Finish a few more loooong term projects.
and not be Grumpy!


Bantam Cub said...

Kawa, good call on the not being grumpy thing... I should really add that to my list too.

Then again, better not to set unachievable targets, so I'll leave it off for now.

Gorgeous Biker Chick said...

Anon post, 27th Dec.
Sorry Anon, I decided that it's best not to publish the link you left as I'd like to stay neutral on this one. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment though, and please come on back and join in the fun on the other posts.


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