Monday, December 17, 2007

The Wednesday Section Christmas lunch

Last Wednesday was the day for our cycling section's Christmas lunch. This was held at Trafford Hall in the village of Wimbolds Trafford, a few miles from Chester. It's an interesting place and if ayone would like to know more about it, the website address is the lunch was a very pleasant affair with all the usual jollity and of course, a very tasty lunch. This is always preceded by one of our members reciting the Cyclists Grace. The Bicycle

For the bicycle and the freedom and companionship it gives us

For the health and strength to cycle in the countryside around us

For our food and wine and the good fellowship about us

For these and all the gifts You bring us

We thank You, Lord.
I nearly forgot to mention George won a bottle of wine in the raffle, in itself quite an unusual event! and when we looked at the name, it was called Red Bicyclette! There was a picture of a little Frenchman on his bike with his bread in a basket on the front. Just one last point, if anyone wants to know if I am on any of the photos, just ask.I should point out that I am completely open to bribery and corruption!


Bucefalo said...

Friends! always attention in bicycle, me too love to ride it.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Now that is a great friendship of fellow bicyclist, and you all were very colorful.

Andrea said...

Looks like a wonderful time of fellowship. Love the crowns/hats or whatever on some of their heads.

Gledwood said...

My one policy I could come up with when I was on my "I want to be an MP!" buzz a few weeks ago was "cycle paths for all!" (and up kerbs, not down on the road like vulgar old cars).

Chester... is that one of those posh towns with wrought iron Mc Donalds signs?

Sandy Carlson said...

Looks like you had fun! God bless, and Merry Christmas.

Ida said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time! :)
Your sky watch photo is nice. Great colours.
Wishing you a merry Christmas! :)

dot said...

Hi Angie! Am I nuts or is there no place to leave a comment under your sky photo? It's a beautiful picture and this lunch looks like great fun also.

Marie said...

Beautiful sunset!

Paulie said...

I, too, enjoyed yoru sunset!

imac said...

Ah the festive season of Bourbon.
Ive got a glass of Tullymore Irish Whisky. Good