Stories and anecdotes from part of my life in 2 British police forces, years in saddles of motorcycles - and other places I've blundered into ©
Well it is a good skill to be headless but still able to sit in the right position and keep buggering on!
Oh, and that tune is a classic!
dude, where is that?death valley? California?
The headless horseman?
LOL, that certainly puts thing into perspective. Sitting in a barren waste land with your head missing, my day is looking pretty good now!Hope your day improves!
Nice one David - you, Sir, are a keen observer, or traveller, or you fly out of Nellis very very low! Death Valley it was, 46 degrees centigrade it was, busted the starter motor was, ticking over the motor was, hot I was.....and singing, to the tune of a favourite Christmas carol..."Hog's nuts roasting on an open fire...."An a word from our sponsors: Hogdays boots were Matterhorn's by HH Brown of Pennsylvania. Airmesh `Phoenix` jacket by Joe Rocket of Canada, kevlar lined Jeans, by `Draggin Jeans` of Melbourne, Australia (don't put your arse in anything less).
Are you feeling invisible??
PG & CPDc: lets just say I'll feel better after a few rounds with George Thorogood ;)
Mr H your posts about motorbikes are rekindling my urge to give them a whirl. I have sat on the back of scooters before, but I think I would quite like to try driving. Where does one start?
BE, see the bike I'm sitting on? well that sort of bike occasionally gets small scooters stuck in its air filter, so be careful!Most motorcycle training schools will do you a `familiarisation, try it for yourself` session. But living in London I'm not sure you'd like having the additional eye added to your backside ;))
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