Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bicycling and Dystonia … Part II

A couple of weeks ago, I published a post about the problems I’d experienced after trying to ride a mountain bike i.e. chronic neck pain, due to the ride position that this style of bicycle forces the rider to adopt. … Continue reading

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Anthony Trollope. A Beard To Be Reckoned With

This week, comfort reading and a return to one of my favourite writers. Anthony Trollope. A prolific Victorian author and Post Office official, credited with introducing the post box to Britain’s streets. Other interests? Beard cultivation. Over the years, I’ve … Continue reading

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Many Reasons To Be Happy

Just over a month after my unscheduled ride in an ambulance, I’m starting to feel a bit more like ‘normal’, whatever that might mean. But on the upside, I’ve gone from literally just sitting on a horse two weeks ago, … Continue reading

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