I started the New Year with good intentions, cycling 25 kms in the gym this morning, part of an on-line group ride with people from all around the world. I used Sarah's bike; she uses clip on cyclist shoes and luckily her feet are the same size as mine. A quick outward twist releases the shoes from the pedal. As you can see from the photo I have a little trouble with that particular movement.
|Sarah always knows when I've been using her bike|
I slow roasted a joint of beef for dinner and piled a few more pounds on because I just can't resist roast potatoes and fluffy Yorkshire puddings. The Christmas tree comes down tomorrow and we shall settle back into our usual routines. I might be wrong but I think it's going to be an eventful year ahead.
Eventful in a good way I hope.ReplyDelete
I really hope so. Sarah should get the keys to her cottage tomorrow so that is a good start.Delete
25 kms is impressive. The shoe release clearly has not been designed for ease of use. Otherwise,everyone would succeed. Your roast sounds delicious.ReplyDelete
It's easy for most people but the sideway action affects my dodgy hip.Delete
A good start to the new year, Sue. Keep on the straight and narrow path indoors and out!ReplyDelete
Nice to hear that you like fluffy Yorkshire puddings. I shall don my sheepskin jacket tomorrow. Happy New Year Sue!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Mr Pudding!Delete
I'm saving-up for a joint of Beef; I might have just about enough by Easter.ReplyDelete
I'm saving up for a leg of lamb.Delete
Happy new year to you.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Pat xDelete
Happy New Year to you all - big hug for Rick from Indy! Wishing you all the very best for this new year.ReplyDelete
Thank you Carol, Happy New Year to you and Indy xDelete