Thursday, May 13, 2010

TrailBadger Annual VE Day Commemoration

As is custom, the TrailBadger crew spent 10 May, 65th anniversary of VE Day, in full uniform, off the beaten track in the Mournes. A great day out in glorious weather, and home for tea.

Started at Trassey, round Meelmore to Fofanny Dam (where we picked up Monsignor James Keown), down the road to Pigeon Rock, up the wall over Pigeon Rock, down to the Hen Track, over the saddle between Tornamrock and Rocky Mountain, down through the forest to Cloughmore Stone, into Rostrevor, chicken and chips, up Finlieve, down the track and into Attical, ice cream, then back to Trassey up the road. Poor Mark suffered badly for the last hour, but it was all for one, and one for all! ;-)
The Hung Parliament
James worked hard on his suntan

9 comments:

Mark said...

This is pure Tango & Cash propaganda!

I was suffering, because I had to listen to Rick cry like a girl for the last hour.
Considering the amount fatty ate, I don't understand how he ran out of energy.

See picture link, not a happy chappy!

Mark said...

Click on my name in above post or copy and paste:

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/MarkWright552/MTBMournesMay10?feat=email#5469349733926552834

Tango and Cash said...

Mark, never before have I enjoyed blog comments so much - I laughed hard - brilliant stuff, it generated the rage I knew it would. I died out there, indeed. Nuff said. ;-)

Mark said...

I knew the picture would clinch it.

Tango and Cash said...

hehe, too right - shame there was no picture of the climb up out of kilbroney forest ;-)

Anonymous said...

Why, did you want to see pictures of Enda?

Mark said...

Could you edit my first post?

Crying girls have lodged a formal complaint about being compared to Rick!

Tango and Cash said...

Hehe. Nice, Mark! 5 passionate comments from you on this one so far. You're the comments volume champ by a distance!

Anonymous said...

Thank you!!!! 1000 times!!!

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