Sunday, 23 December 2007
The Same December
December has been a busy month, hence the lack of posts. With my sister getting married (I gave her away), deadlines and upcoming exams I remain busy over the holiday period well until the end of January.
BUT...I am glad to announce a few upcoming reviews to look forward to in the near future.
1st - I may have finally found a phone that should allow me to sync my calendars and contacts with 'Evolution' without any major problems. This being the Sony Ericsson W810i. So soon I will be saying a goodbye to my Nokia 5140i after almost 3 years. On the plus side I also gain a music player which should play ogg files!
2nd - On the motorcycle side I shall keep you posted on my ongoing honeymoon with Karma (my Kawasaki ER-6F). Though with the winter months here things will start to get dicey! At least it will sharpen the reflexes being on these country roads which seem to have a permanent sheet of ice on them at times. Also, I have just taken delivery of some new gear, a Halvarssons 'Korax' jacket & 'Cobra' pants. So expect a review after I have put a couple of hundred KM's on them.
3rd - Shows, events and trips! I could not believe the sheer positive response from my latest posting of NEC photo's! Thank you for all the comments. With almost 4,000 hits and several invitations to link to other groups I am over the moon. So much so that I shall put my 3 year boycott of the Irish Motorcycle show to one side and will attend this year to get you some photo's. Also I will start planning my trip abroad to one of the MotoGP rounds. Probably Italy (Mugello, June 1st) or Catalunya (Catalunya, June 8th). If I do not make it that far then certainly to UK for a MotoGP or World Superbike round, especially since BSB will not be coming to Ireland this year.
Well, with those tasty bits to look forward to and the many other surprises around each bend I am sure that 2008 will certainly present many new and exciting challenges. All that is left to be said is thank you for wasting some of your time here in this blog! Happy holidays!
OH...and keep the rubber side down!