Checked the bike. Tires needed a bit of air. To be expected when the temperature had dropped to 6degC.
But once out of town, the cold air had created a foggy situation. So rode behind trucks and large vans. Using them as “blockers”.
Stopped off at Thatchers cider works. Picked up some bits and pieces, including 2.5 litres of scrumpy 🙂
Rode on past Stonehenge. Seemed to be a lot of people. Especially as the spring equinox was 6 days ago.
Another hour along the road, I pulled over for a coffee and fresh fruit salad.
Then rode the rest of the way to a Motorrad dealer. Checked when I could have an oil-change, two weeks!
Popped into the pub next door for a bowl of soup.
Rode the last 30km to Barry, who had an onion bhaji plate waiting for me 🙂
I unpacked and gave the bike some TLC. Glad that the weather was back to sunshine and blue skies.
Then Barry and I settled with the scrumpy to wait for Toni, who works Mondays.
Being a good husband, Barry had supper ready for when Toni arrived. And a cheese plate to follow the roast beef.
It’s nice to be home.