Exercise

Alone on my bike;
my permitted exercise.
For how much longer?

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I went out for a bike ride this morning and was pleased to note that, in my neighbourhood at least, people are now obeying the Lockdown rules. At the moment we are allowed one trip out daily for exercise, either alone or in company with another family member, but things may change. The few walkers and other cyclists I saw I was able to give a wide berth. There was not much traffic on the road and thankfully most gave me a lot of room when overtaking as the road was clear – apart from one idiot, who despite having plenty of room to overtake, decided he ought to have my bit of the road and passed only a few inches away. There’s always one!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jules
    Mar 25, 2020 @ 14:11:00

    We’ve had our lock-down extended for two weeks. I may have mentioned that –
    But well have to go out to the cemetery tomorrow. It is too bad that the gathering after cannot include all those who wish to off support for the loss…

    Two more friends have lost their jobs due to closure. Not everyone can work from home. I can only hope the Docs and scientists can work quickly.

    Stay safe my friend.

    Reply

    • Libby
      Mar 26, 2020 @ 12:45:11

      Sorry for your loss. So sad farewells cannot be said properly in the present climate. Hubby and I in lockdown for 12 weeks due to age and his health issues – although for all appearances he is fit and healthy! Love to you and yours.

      Reply

  2. Pastor Cathy
    Mar 25, 2020 @ 19:30:17

    ug. yeah.

    Reply

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