After many years of riding I finally bought a set of heated grips for the bike. day off today so got round to fitting them. Easier than I thought, the good old washing up liquid was the key to removing the old ones. Wiring was all straight forward. The only problem I had was that a bought a piggy bag fuse holder which seemed an excellent idea. The problem I had not thought of was the clearance in side the fuse box. A plan B was needed and finally used scotch connectors in the headlight feed. First impressions are very good, using the bike next week so hopefully no more painful fingers.
Hello and welcome to my Blog, my name is Chris, a bus driver for First in Bath. Married to Fiona, we live in Midsomer Norton near Bath, with Harvey the dog and Boots the cat. My main hobby is Amateur Radio and I hold the call sign G4KVI. I am the repeater keeper for GB3UB and MB7UB. I have a fascination for the weather and all things to do with nature and science. I am a biker and currently ride a Honda CBf600.As a Christian I worship, when shifts allow at Welton Baptist These are my observations on my life, both at work and at home.
18 Sep 2015
I have finished working in Wells, been a very good few weeks and a little sad to leave. Hopefully though, will be able to work there in the future. Have the weekend off and so far have had to have the tyre on the CBF replaced due to a puncture caused by a nail.
Also had a trip to the vets with Harvey. He is nearly 14 and beginning to show his age. Getting slow, hearing poor and sleeps a lot. Anyway the vet checked him over and it seems he is ok for his age apart from it seems, he has Arthritis in his back legs, which explains why he finds it difficult to get in the car. We have some pain killers which hopefully will ease things for him.
26 Aug 2015
Been looking for a change for a while and today I have had that chance. The Wells depot has taken on more work and needed more drivers short term so I have made a temporary transfer.Today, being the first day was spent learning where the tea is, who people are etc. I do know a few of the drivers so that has helped settling in. Route trained on the 376 service which runs from Bristol to Street.so hopefully on the road on my own tomorrow. Are some different fares and I will have to learn the fare stages and where some places are. Anyway it is going to be fun learning something new everyday.