ASBO-No-More

old papershop village road

Today’s bike outing was a bit of a trip down memory lane for me – Bigtown’s Cycle Campaign winter bike ride was to Papershop Village for a pub lunch, and amazingly we managed to slip through the gap between yesterday’s weather warning for wind and tomorrow’s one for snow. Unfortunately, in our excitement at getting what passes for a break in the weather these days (only gusts of up to 30mph and light snow flurries), we hadn’t quite clocked the fact that we’d be riding the whole way to lunch into a hefty headwind.

This meant progress was a little slow but I entertained the troops with tales of ASBO Buzzard’s reign of terror. As we finally approached the spot that marks the start of the bird’s domain, I realised that this might actually be at an end. Whether through wind action or felling or a mixture of both, the woods where ASBO Buzzard liked to lurk in wait of unwary cyclists (and more to the point, probably build its nest) are gone.

Felled forest

Weirdly, the warning sign doesn’t mention dive-bombing buzzards …

I hope the forestry guys were wearing hard hats.

2 Responses to ASBO-No-More

  1. Charles says:

    It’s just waiting for you, the return of the ASBO Buzzard, they thought it was safe, coming to a road near you…..

  2. disgruntled says:

    Hopefully it won’t find me here

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