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I have absolutely no plans for what I'll be doing. But, seeing as the weather looks mighty fine for most of the country, what are we all up to?

I might mosey on down to St Pancras and walk the canal to Regent's Park, which I haven't done in a while. Quite a nice stroll unless the cyclists are out in force.

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Under 9's football in the morning - we win and we get promoted!

Sunday, travel up to Cas with the Mrs to see the lads v HKR

Stay over in the premier Inn Glasshoughton then home on Monday!

Ding dang do

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Bulls-Leeds tonight, collapse in a heap in bed through misery and tiredness. Saturday; up, quick errand to run, Cleckheaton farmer's market, Iron Man 3, smash a feed at Nando's (boom), then mull about for Wakefield-Catalan. Lazy Sunday, possibly go to Giants-Wire. Monday, rest up and watch films, catch up on sleeps from what feels like a month even though I was off last Monday.

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I have nothing planned.  Absolutely nothing.  I may be dragged shopping on one of the three days but I fully intend to do as little as humanly possible on the other two, recharging batteries and catching up with my reading.  I may sit in the garden while reading but that's the limit of my adventurism for this weekend.

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 probably working most of tomorrow, Motorbiking Sunday,  holiday packing Monday, plus on all the days lurking aimlessly on here.

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Going down to watch Exeter v Gloucester followed by a trip to Plymouth to stay with a mate.

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Probably spend much of the time watching MotoGP and IPL, if I'm honest. But at least the weather's nice enough to get out and it looks like the train and tube services aren't being shut down quite as much as on most BH weekends.

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Bulls Leeds tonight then show in York tomorrow. Our first night away from our boys in 4 years!

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Under 9's football in the morning - we win and we get promoted!

 

 

Aren't you a bit old to be playing Kenny? ;)

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Watch the match tonight - TV only I'm afraid, then a weekend of visiting Belvoir - (the vale not any other kind) to see the outlaws. Get fed, watered and a lie in while the girls pester someone else early morning  B) 

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Sunday, travel up to Cas with the Mrs to see the lads v HKR

The very best of luck mate!

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Sport throughout

Tonight - Bradford v Leeds

Saturday - RL training at Swindon St George, gardening, then watch Swindon v Brentford in the playoffs.

Sunday - watch son play in goal for his team and spend the afternoon drinking in the pub.

Monday - drop wife off at May Fayre before watching 2nd leg of Swindon's playoff.

All weekend - watching NRL

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Sport throughout

Tonight - Bradford v Leeds

Saturday - RL training at Swindon St George, gardening, then watch Swindon v Brentford in the playoffs.

Sunday - watch son play in goal for his team and spend the afternoon drinking in the pub.

Monday - drop wife off at May Fayre before watching 2nd leg of Swindon's playoff.

All weekend - watching NRL

 

Drinking in the pub is a sport? You must have some 'interesting' pubs down your way. :O  ;)

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gigging tonite bout 9 (will miss leeds  bulls game)followed by late night drinking and socialising till prob 5am- some sleep till 11- greasy spoon breakfast, go pick up some creepers i have had made in sheffield, tea time pub session turning in to night out in town, friends back to ours music and drink till 6am, sleep till 11 am sunday -get ready for local open mic jam session sun aft, drink till late, take away curry , back to "whoevers house" for drink and music -work monday.

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Aren't you a bit old to be playing Kenny? ;)

I've had a shave so should be ok!!

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The very best of luck mate!

Thanks - sharing a car with her for best part of 3 and a half hours isn't something I'm looking forward to

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gigging tonite bout 9 (will miss leeds  bulls game)followed by late night drinking and socialising till prob 5am- some sleep till 11- greasy spoon breakfast, go pick up some creepers i have had made in sheffield, tea time pub session turning in to night out in town, friends back to ours music and drink till 6am, sleep till 11 am sunday -get ready for local open mic jam session sun aft, drink till late, take away curry , back to "whoevers house" for drink and music -work monday.

wow - mad

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gigging tonite bout 9 (will miss leeds  bulls game)followed by late night drinking and socialising till prob 5am- some sleep till 11- greasy spoon breakfast, go pick up some creepers i have had made in sheffield, tea time pub session turning in to night out in town, friends back to ours music and drink till 6am, sleep till 11 am sunday -get ready for local open mic jam session sun aft, drink till late, take away curry , back to "whoevers house" for drink and music -work monday.

Ah, those were the days...

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I have nothing planned.  Absolutely nothing.  I may be dragged shopping on one of the three days but I fully intend to do as little as humanly possible on the other two, recharging batteries and catching up with my reading.  I may sit in the garden while reading but that's the limit of my adventurism for this weekend.

This.

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I have absolutely no plans for what I'll be doing. But, seeing as the weather looks mighty fine for most of the country, what are we all up to?

Travelling home after two weeks working away.

Then sleep.

Then Fartown v Wire

Then a day with the little one. She doesn't know it yet, but in an idle moment in the hotel I invented ladybird biscuits. We need to make some of those. She loves ladybirds, she loves biscuits, she really loves making a terrible mess in the kitchen. I can see no flaws whatsoever in my plan.

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I have absolutely no plans for what I'll be doing. But, seeing as the weather looks mighty fine for most of the country, what are we all up to? I might mosey on down to St Pancras and walk the canal to Regent's Park, which I haven't done in a while. Quite a nice stroll unless the cyclists are out in force.

 

And with no bells to warn of their coming! Saturday, I'll be helping out at Sue Ryder Care on one of the stalls at the summer charity event. As for Sunday with the missus working, I may take out my grandaughter Jessica in her pram. 

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A change of plans!  Going to watch Suffolk v Nigeria Exiles play at Colchester RU this afternoon.

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Started the weekend by going down to my local to hang out with a load of my DJ buddies, who were playing hip-hop, funk and soul. Spent most of the evening trying to avoid the world's most irritating drunk.

Today: Off crate digging (scouring second hand record shops) in a minute, then back to watch football this afternoon. Spend a few hours going through records and probably having a bit of a mix. Off out tonight with one of my DJ mates to a couple of events, which should be fun. Attempt not to drink too much or be out stupidly late.

Sunday: DJing with three of my friends at a legendary monthly event in Bristol called Boundary Object, which takes place in a pub in Stokes Croft. We're on from 4 until it closes (probably about 1am), so it will be a long (but fun) night.

Monday: Absolutely sweet F.A, unless the weather's good, in which case I might saunter out to the country and stretch my legs.

Tuesday: Horrendous amounts of work. Again.

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St. Judes v Waterhead today, then garden wrestling for tomorrow and Monday if the the weather holds. Throw in a bit of camera type stuff in between.

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