Just in case anyone was wondering where my website had gone or why it now looks a bit different this is because it was hacked into last year which sent the whole jolly shebang awry. Why anyone wants to spend time hacking into a few pictures of bicycles is beyond me but obviously someone, somewhere, has nothing better to do.
As anything to do with the workings of computers sends me into a state of befuddlement I’ve got on with doing what I know how to do: ride my bike everyday and raise three budding cyclists all of whom are growing at a great rate of knots.
Meanwhile my local whizz-head computer man has been busy resurrecting my website. As this is my first attempt to update my website on a funny-looking screen I don’t know whether it will work or not or just end up posting all my pictures all over the shop. So bear with me as they say in the trade…
Jack, who is now 2, loves his bike (an Islabike scoot-along)with a heartening enthusiasm and is on it everyday. He sports an interesting cyclist’s dress sense – here he is self-styled as a fairy-cat. Unbeknown to Daisy he borrowed her fairy wings and found a cat’s tail in the dressing-up box.
As you can see it’s quite a sporty look and offers the benefit of being able to fly as well as cycle. I think a similar look could spice up Le Tour no end – you’ve just got to be careful you don’t get your tail caught in the spokes.
Jack won’t go anywhere without his bike. Here he is demonstrating his off-road beach-riding skills with Molly (atop yonder rock) and spade-wielding Daisy on Shanklin beach (Isle of Wight).
Travelling at a keen lick in manful stride-mode.
As anyone knows, spending large amounts of time outside a-wheel results in one becoming very attuned to the weather. Here Jack is indicating: ‘Weather’s closing in mum. Rain imminent!’