New Job, New City, New Life

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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby SP250 » Fri Nov 30, 2018 10:37 am

And if anyone knows how to "hoon around" its JT - christened Billy Whizz at the last Welsh Boxertrix weekend.

Good luck JT hope it all works out for the best.
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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby BoxerCup R » Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:40 am

Morning

Last day at my present job this Thursday 28th Feb, goodbye drinks on Saturday and then moving up to Edinburgh to our new house Mon 4th March.

Directors bought me a Rolex watch as a leaving gift which I am very happy with, a lovely thought.

Had a chat with the bike shop but decided the job wasn't just right for me and have gone with a Conservatory/Orangery firm w/c 11th March.
It's a fookin missile :twisted:

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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby Humbug » Tue Feb 26, 2019 9:10 am

Good luck, hope it works out for you and that you made the right choice.

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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby Blackal » Tue Feb 26, 2019 9:29 am

Not a bad departure gift, at all :)

I think you may have made the right decision - most who start instructing, cease to enjoy recreational biking.

Good luck with the new venture - whereabouts in Auld Reekie are you moving to?

Al :thumbup:
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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby BoxerCup R » Tue Feb 26, 2019 1:06 pm

Blackal wrote:Not a bad departure gift, at all :)

I think you may have made the right decision - most who start instructing, cease to enjoy recreational biking.

Good luck with the new venture - whereabouts in Auld Reekie are you moving to?

Al :thumbup:


Cheers Al,- moving to Liberton Mate.
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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby boxerscott » Thu Feb 28, 2019 12:48 am

Good luck to the fastest lad in Beanotown!

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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby BoxerCup R » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:44 pm

We're moved into our new house now and both have a great feeling in it :D

Looking forward to getting out and about on a bike to discover the local routes (out of town :lol: ) :wink:
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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby Blackal » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:50 am

Lots of good roads to the south, and south-west, as soon as you are clear of Edinburgh, and the same North and North-west once you get on the other side of the Forth.

Watch out for increased polis presence around the Borders - they must be taking measures after last year’s fatalities.

Al :)
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