Author Topic: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series  (Read 876802 times)

tedshred

  • AKA: Dirk - Let me see those hands
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15550 on: October 20, 2020, 11:54:14 am »
Alma looks like it's a winner then:

EER @ the Alma


1. Free and easy Fandango
2.Devil-may-care Dirk
3.Tranquil Tippers
4. Mild-mannered merlot imbiber
5.
6.

What about the Sanguine Strangler - it's about as close as you can be to his beer train ?
The pleasure of pain endured
To purify our misfit ways

Carlosfandango

  • Yours fragrantly.
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15551 on: October 20, 2020, 11:57:26 am »
Alma looks like it's a winner then:

EER @ the Alma


1. Free and easy Fandango
2.Devil-may-care Dirk
3.Tranquil Tippers
4. Mild-mannered merlot imbiber
5.
6.

What about the Sanguine Strangler - it's about as close as you can be to his beer train ?
Ok, I'll book a table👍

Andy C33

  • Beverage Procurement Officer.
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15552 on: October 20, 2020, 01:05:55 pm »
1. Free and easy Fandango
2.Devil-may-care Dirk
3.Tranquil Tippers
4. Mild-mannered merlot imbiber
5.c(insert funny name)3333333333
6.

tedshred

  • AKA: Dirk - Let me see those hands
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15553 on: October 20, 2020, 01:16:31 pm »
You asked:

1. Free and easy Fandango
2. Devil-may-care Dirk
3. Tranquil Tippers
4. Mild-mannered merlot imbiber
5. carefree C3333333333
6.

The pleasure of pain endured
To purify our misfit ways

the straggler

  • It's just another brick in the wall
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15554 on: October 20, 2020, 01:21:13 pm »
1. Free and easy Fandango
2.Devil-may-care Dirk
3.Tranquil Tippers
4. Mild-mannered merlot imbiber
5.c(insert funny name)3333333333
6. Sanguine straggler

OK probably won't find a closer train assist
'If you don't eat yer meat, you can't have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don't eat yer meat'.

tedshred

  • AKA: Dirk - Let me see those hands
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15555 on: October 20, 2020, 01:33:48 pm »
We are quorate  :thumbsup:

1. Free and easy Fandango
2. Devil-may-care Dirk
3. Tranquil Tippers
4. Mild-mannered merlot imbiber
5. Carefree C3333333333
6. Sanguine Strangler
The pleasure of pain endured
To purify our misfit ways

huggy

  • ACME GCFO +&+ Mr RRtY
    • ACME
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15556 on: October 20, 2020, 08:57:44 pm »
I’ll have to temporarily defect to the mainstream group @ The Compasses

1. psyclist
2. OD
3. JIBS
4. Nick
5. Tomsk
6. huggy
Never knowingly underfed on an Audax

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15557 on: October 20, 2020, 09:10:04 pm »
What time is the Eastern meet at the Alma?
Enjoying a quiet year

tedshred

  • AKA: Dirk - Let me see those hands
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15558 on: October 20, 2020, 11:23:09 pm »
8pm sharp(ish)  :-[
The pleasure of pain endured
To purify our misfit ways

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15559 on: October 21, 2020, 08:59:37 am »
8pm sharp(ish)  :-[
:thumbsup: Remember, my internal clock is Swiss so when you say sharpish I get anxiety if I am late ;D
Enjoying a quiet year

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15560 on: October 21, 2020, 02:29:23 pm »
Just to check, the OT is at 2000 this evening?

jiberjaber

  • ... Fancy Pants \o/ ...
  • ACME S&M^2
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15561 on: October 21, 2020, 03:27:42 pm »
Just to check, the OT is at 2000 this evening?

No - Compasses  :thumbsup: Yes 20:00
Regards,

Joergen

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15562 on: October 21, 2020, 03:35:27 pm »
Thanks. For some reason I always mix the two up in my head! Yes, I meant Compasses. Cheers and see you later on when it has stopped raining, I hope!

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15563 on: October 21, 2020, 03:53:34 pm »
Should be dry this evening ... but you never know!

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15564 on: October 21, 2020, 04:34:24 pm »
I've got everything crossed!

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15565 on: October 21, 2020, 04:51:19 pm »
Tonight will test my commitment. The fact I have taken a space and it is only 5k to the pub should get me out the door....the question is will I add to that 5k
Enjoying a quiet year

josser

  • ACME Landlord
  • AKA Orange Socks
    • Orange Socks
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15566 on: October 21, 2020, 04:54:20 pm »
Thanks. For some reason I always mix the two up in my head! Yes, I meant Compasses. Cheers and see you later on when it has stopped raining, I hope!

Careful...!
You can’t just call time out and stroll on into the beach if you don’t like the way things are goin’.

huggy

  • ACME GCFO +&+ Mr RRtY
    • ACME
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15567 on: October 21, 2020, 05:44:41 pm »
I think my resolve for making it out has gone, mainly due to still being at the keyboard  :'(

@ The Compasses

1. psyclist
2. OD
3. JIBS
4. Nick
5. Tomsk
6.
Never knowingly underfed on an Audax

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15568 on: October 21, 2020, 07:22:27 pm »
I’ve had double bike failure.

I thought I’d resolved an issue that arose with my fixie on Saturday, but the grinding whenever I put power down indicated quite emphatically that it was still very much present.

So I doubled back to collect my singlespeed. The tyres needed inflating, and somehow I’ve managed to remove the valve core on the rear and it’s not proved an easy thing to put back.

All rather frustrating, and means I’m immobile, short of driving across which I’m not keen to do.

jiberjaber

  • ... Fancy Pants \o/ ...
  • ACME S&M^2
Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15569 on: October 21, 2020, 11:39:22 pm »
I’ve had double bike failure.

I thought I’d resolved an issue that arose with my fixie on Saturday, but the grinding whenever I put power down indicated quite emphatically that it was still very much present.

So I doubled back to collect my singlespeed. The tyres needed inflating, and somehow I’ve managed to remove the valve core on the rear and it’s not proved an easy thing to put back.

All rather frustrating, and means I’m immobile, short of driving across which I’m not keen to do.

Opps! Wondered what had happened! Didn't fancy springing the Ti bike free and coming over on that?


Well I can recommend the marque seating area. just the right amount of cover and great service as usual!  :thumbsup:

And in another twist of fate, I return home to see some old school photos on Arsebook and a link to a website which also referenced teh Geography teacher I mentioned during discussions going by the nickname of Twizzle as early as the late 60's! almost a full 20 years prior to my attendance! No wonder he was quick to throw a bunch of keys at any schoolkids taking the mick!
Regards,

Joergen

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15570 on: October 22, 2020, 11:18:03 pm »
I’ve had double bike failure.

I thought I’d resolved an issue that arose with my fixie on Saturday, but the grinding whenever I put power down indicated quite emphatically that it was still very much present.

So I doubled back to collect my singlespeed. The tyres needed inflating, and somehow I’ve managed to remove the valve core on the rear and it’s not proved an easy thing to put back.

All rather frustrating, and means I’m immobile, short of driving across which I’m not keen to do.
Ah, and I though I was hard done by with my slow puncture! See you next time, I hope.

Re: Mid-Essex Mid-Week Nocturnal Series
« Reply #15571 on: October 22, 2020, 11:19:55 pm »
I’ve had double bike failure.

I thought I’d resolved an issue that arose with my fixie on Saturday, but the grinding whenever I put power down indicated quite emphatically that it was still very much present.

So I doubled back to collect my singlespeed. The tyres needed inflating, and somehow I’ve managed to remove the valve core on the rear and it’s not proved an easy thing to put back.

All rather frustrating, and means I’m immobile, short of driving across which I’m not keen to do.

Opps! Wondered what had happened! Didn't fancy springing the Ti bike free and coming over on that?


Well I can recommend the marque seating area. just the right amount of cover and great service as usual!  :thumbsup:

And in another twist of fate, I return home to see some old school photos on Arsebook and a link to a website which also referenced teh Geography teacher I mentioned during discussions going by the nickname of Twizzle as early as the late 60's! almost a full 20 years prior to my attendance! No wonder he was quick to throw a bunch of keys at any schoolkids taking the mick!
Yep, great company, as usual. Fantastic service, tasty beer and the marquee very comfortable. Great seeing you guys and look forward to next time.