It’s been a long time.
Too long, but I’m not really sure I do anything interesting enough to write about at length.
I only follow a handful of bloggers, and they’re all very good, and creative, and frankly, it’s a bit intimidating.
I only really know about motorcycling, and even then, only a small facet of it.
I suppose I could stick to that.
Brief catch-up from my much earlier contributions
Leg is better, after a fashion. I can stand on it, walk more or less normally, climb ladders, etc. What I can’t do is kneel, or operate “conventional” motorcycles. It just won’t bend past 90 degrees. Which is why I ended up with a Harley in the first place. What Harley? This one.
It’s big heavy and slow, so we’re perfectly suited to each other. It’s nearly four years old now, and I shall dedicate a whole update to it later (it’s approaching a milestone).
I also own a 2013 GoldWing, for reasons that will become apparent later.
Other developments? I retired (early) some fourteen months ago. I’d made my mind up to go early whilst lying in hospital. I just thought “carpe diem” or something else from Latin with Mr Sandford in 2B all those years ago.
Best decision I’ve made in a long time. Been busier than ever, not lost a pound of weight.
I miss my colleagues, but not enough to go back.
That’ll do for now. Mustn’t try to run before I can walk.