…once again failed this year.
Started well with a few months of marathon training and getting to my longest run ever (25km) but then as ever injury and lethargy “prevented” me doing much more.
Clearly I need a target to motivate me to do something and “fitness” isn’t enough.
Anyway the stats from 2017:
Cycling : 263Km (all commuting to and from the station)
Running : 440Km (mostly in the first 3 months of 2017)
Lots of changes happening in 2018, but alongside the changes and unknowns I’d really like to find a way to consistently exercise.
So I was fortunate enough to receive an unexpected box of Lego goodness at the end of last week which just happened to contain the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Which meant I spent “some” time over the weekend a) building it and b) explaining to the kids that this wasn’t Lego for them.
This should be a longer post about building the Porsche, but I’ll just let the photos of the build do the “talking” instead.
I come here so infrequently that I’ve only just noticed the fact I have a winter image as the banner for the site. (Which I’ve now resolved)
So in fairness to BT my letters to Gavin (letter 1 and letter 2)haven’t gone without a response and my numerous complaints have been handed over to the “Executive Level Complaints: BT Consumer” team and they have been pretty good with updating me with no news or positive updates when they say they will.
However there is now news:
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My previous letter can be found here.
So still waiting on a decent internet connection, still being fobbed off, still burning through my 4G data allowance to live life in a modern web based world.
So I’ve sent another letter to Gavin Patterson. As I mention in the email I’ve been updated of the situation, but the update has been “no you can’t have a usable internet connection even though the planning permission for the estate was granted in 2010 and we’ve had nearly six years to upgrade our systems”
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