I have to laugh at the comments on this board. And so very few of you have even to start grasping the reality. So many of you actually thought the share price was going to 60p in a week's time. You really should start thinking rationally.
I won't describe the sunburn, it is yukky. Don't trust weather forecasts, cloudy with sunny periods they said. It was like being in an air fryer. Mind you, when the lasses had gone ahead, the lads made pretty yellow patterns in the snow :-)
That Boris the plod is a buffoon is beyond doubt. That Boris the plod is responsible for many thousands of deaths is beyond doubt. That the economy is going to Hell in a handcart as a direct result of Boris the plod is beyond doubt. But you voted for him so you reap what you sow.
RE: How many reviews will there be before full lockdown ends.......13 Jun 2021 18:38
88 I'm not sure that I put my point across. Less than 6% fully vaccinated but the pandemic, touch wood, is well under control. They handled it correctly, they locked the country down hard, quickly and sealed the borders. Islands can be sealed, maybe Boris the plod wasn't aware of that. Well, actually he was and folk like LTI said it cant be done , Heathrow is the hub for millions. Oh well, a hard lesson to learn, you cant have your cake and eat it.
RE: How many reviews will there be before full lockdown ends.......13 Jun 2021 17:21
I am hoping that they will fully end the lockdown when it is safe to do so. New Zealand, despite being probably the most successful country at controlling the pandemic is talking about some form of controls / monitoring for the next three to five years. They are still less than 6% fully vaccinated but they are controlling the pandemic.
With regards to the manipulation of PMsI won't bother posting anything here, the ignorant morons on here will simply contradict for the sake of it. Might I suggest you check out the silver forum (covers all PMs). There are countless YouTube videos but most are extreme.
Eight hours in the blazing sun. Started off with a tender knee (injured a couple of weeks ago) finished with an extremely painful one. Got there eventually, 12 miles with a lot of scrambling over large rocks in 60+ mph gusts.
Thanks Chelwood, in recent years we hav e done Mayar and Dreish, Nevis, Vorlich, the Lairig Ghru (18 miles), Jock's Road (28 miles), Rob Roy Way (26 miles) and Dundee Kilt Walk (25 miles). I have seen colleagues in tears and exhausted but still they made it there and back safely.
Staycations, well a day out anyway, I am off to Ballater tomorrow with a team of boys and girls (all less than half my age) for a walk in aid of the Tesco Charity Partnership (for Diabetes UK, British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK). The team, wh o are mainly newbies to hillwalking, are going to tackle the Meikle Pap and Lochnagar in the Cairngorm mountains. I have done it before and the route we will take is a bit of a pig :-) .
Tesco and their staff raise many millions of pounds for charity every year. If anyone would like to help , just go to justgiving . com /fundraising/hassanteam (leaving out the spaces in the link). I will get pictures put up next week. It will be a toughie for me as i took a tumble a week ago and the leg is still a bit sore but, it will be worth it.