Breakfast Run

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Breakfast Run

Post by Sidcar »

Went on a breakfast run with a few of the "lads" (all over sixty). A forty mile ride and into a transport cafe for a fry up, forecast white cloud with sunny intervals later. What better way to start the day.
First picture shows the Wing in the market place in the village of Deddington.
Second picture was taken when I got home, a twenty five mile ride from the cafe with heavy snow all the way.
Never trust a weather forecaster.



Sunny intervals my foot
Sunny intervals my foot

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Re: Breakfast Run

Post by squirrel »

its the same down here in portsmouth but now its hailstones +rain (forcast overcast+sunny spells) l'm sure they do it on purpose
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Re: Breakfast Run

Post by Viking »

Absolutely. That is why they have fulltime forecasters, and weekend forecasters. The weekend forecasters are supposed to tell you about the fine weekend weather you are going to have, but it is all a dirty lie. The fulltime weekday forecasters have to get it a bit more correct in order to retain their lofty positions..... :lol:
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