July has a change in the air.
We even start on the day right after my 11th Twitterversary, which it was the start of a really long week in work, well visit wisely it has been and its probably been the longest ridge I've done since the lockdown has kicked in, which was a visit to Lifton and a story of a bike. A bike that sadly was on its last bearings and really had to lose its way.
Now we begin that day with a hot day at that, I cycled my way on the back roads, which I was cycling and the tire was starting to feel softer than usual, this was going to be the bad moment for later that day. But I was stopping here to change brakes, well adjust them. But the views were amazing. I mean it was that feeling of that it was going to be a long day.
|The view from a fence and a junction.|
|Looking out to the road we need to cycle on|
The hills were tough and the heat was strong on this one and the fact it was that little bit more scenic and somewhat safe to cycle on, but as I was cycling I was noticing the tyre was getting more bouncy and bouncy as well. As the realism of the tyre being flat was very real and we'll luckily I did make it to the customers in the Hour and 15 minutes along with the headset taking one call I think.
|The wind turbine just by the field |
|The purchase from Strawberry Fields, |
Then it was the time to cycle to find a garage in Tinhay down the road, to get the tyre pumped up, it was full-on soft and well flat so it was making sure I could be able to pump it up, Which I went to one garage and they did not have the right valve but one of the side petrol stations did and well he was quite blunt for his age but his colleague did get me pumped up. Then I cycled up the hill to the Lifton Post office to pay work money into the work account. Then it was the long cycle home in the afternoon heat.
|The view just after I left the post office|
Then it was the cycle, the first hill was sadly the end of the tyre which well means it was going to be a long hour and a half cycle home, which at one point, it was a long hill and during that hill, I got a call from my supplier and puffing up that was a pain, but at the end of it all, it was the top of that hill and I felt exhausted. It was time to have a sip or gulp of all the bubbly and then Time to huff my way over hills and the way home.
|The Hill that knackered me out due to the tyre|
|The after shower selfie|
|Rosie and finely on the same bed it a vibe|
Which then it takes online work to get done and soon the new law with facemasks in shops was to be a reality, which okay, for work means no change since I wear if needed anyway. But for me luckily, I got to work online for that weekend until Saturday, but we have to learn about things catching up with me. That included having a house party with a girl I used to feed and even a few mates of hers as well. This also makes me think of wanting to have Chicken from Dixies.
|Leftover KFC mum brought back home and an egg and bacon pasty she made|
This day was mostly rain on the new bike I had and the rain was pouring down, so it was a distance to cycle. But sometimes it's nice to have a morning routine, especially the fruit smoothies.
|Morning selfie |
Then it was the time to go shopping with a mask in Tesco and Lidl as well, filming in there won't happen for the requirements will be the hassle here. But I got some bits sorted which was nice to buy like the cat food and also some nice drinks. Plus there was this girl that told me how good the Devil's food
|The £7.17 shop in Lidl . |
|The £8.13 shop in Tesco|
for a late lunch on Saturday. tiger bread, chicken crisps, onion Battenburg buffalo sauce doner kebab, ketchup and cloudy lemonade pic.twitter.com/A2NhUE5eUi— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) July 26, 2020
But then it was time get that edited which was to be delayed due to online work for something important I had to pay for this week coming. Since this next week, it was going to be another full week of working in real life with things to catch up on. But it was also time to learn to be more responsible, which actually life was also feeling like autopilot mode so that's all I could be.
#GamingConfessioni I've only ever played GTA V for 5 minutes— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) July 27, 2020
#GamingConfession i still haven't finished crash 3 from n sane trilogy yet— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) July 27, 2020
The uk is in shambles with eat out to help out (which does more than just support the high street in some ways of what i like) but at the same time, well no its bad for you to eat that stuff so don't eat it (which that can lose more than just weight for some people)— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) July 27, 2020
But as that moved, on, it was working and again more adventures of distance cycling and even a possible chance to visit a town I dont really feel like using a bus to get to, luckily that customer cancelled. so it was a visit to Lifton again. Before that was a long day of work and then one nice amount of rice to have before it.
for tonight. sausage Chinese curry, Indonesian pork egg leek rice, salad, hoisin sauce, Buffalo sauce and all bran pic.twitter.com/2edTBT3DZk— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) July 28, 2020
a deal of 5 curried scotch eggs for £4.38 today. normal price is shown on white sticker and till trouble made cheaper then yellow reduced price, I can't complain from a small localish business pic.twitter.com/S8qgLCPoEJ— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) July 29, 2020
A hot hoe zoo outing of work regret
The Brunch morning,
|The glasses of juice while we wait to get the order |
|The £6.00 bacon sausage sandwich|
|A 48mp view of Plymouth|
|The 48mp Barbican|
|The AI camera of the same place.|
|The AI camera of the marina |
|the 48mp of the marina |
|The 48mp view of the hoe|
|The same shot but in 16:9 AI |
|I mean how you can not like this view is beyond me sometimes. |
The Visit to the Zoo on the Moor
|The views from the carpark|
|The lake for the birds|
|Learning what they are |
|A better look at them via the fence|
|The closed walkthrough|
The Aviaries were vast and nicely shown, the breeds we're just vast as well. There were romance and affection shown in pairs too, which the note 7 really did show amazing photos of the places around here.
|Close up is better |
|Pairs of the birds |
|The pair in a closeup |
|Big owls on their own|
Which then it leads towards the west of the park and well this is where sadly phone calls realised that talking a day off is a bad idea since one of my regulars called and asked how far away I was from Tavistock and I said i would not be free today and since she said it was an emergency she would have to use a different company, which is understandable since take one day off and unable to fit her in a quick time frame and well it causes that. So it put a fuck sake this is a regret time of frame on my end, which isn't really fair to take it out on the family (i didn't, but having the phone and headset with me gives me that safety of i can explain this in a voice method really). This was just by the Gordias having their feast and the smaller circle exhibit as well.
|The view across from a platform|
|Closer in is cute babies of sorts |
Then it was time to go to the interesting part of the big cats, which before that was an ice cream break as i was on the phone to a supplier for something regarding streets of rage 4. But oreo ice cream is so good.
|The oreo ice cream|
|The bright sunbathing cheetah|
|The pacing tiger at the back|
Then it was coming to the lions like it was nice to see them and recently there was an introduction for some to group up but most were all sunbathing on the top side near us. But my dad was still shocked to see a wooden tower that he was rocking on 30 years ago still in the same place, even if the ladders to climb it had now been removed.
|Sunbathing on the corner just by the fence|
|The shade is one amazing place |
|More of the owl|
|Reptiles under the dirt |
|Geckos on the glass |
|another view of them on the roof |
|a hedgehog hidden under the tree|
|climbing up the tree|
|More of them. |
As the time to see it was coming to an end, it was more to see outside and actually, it was time to explore some last parts before we end this day of zoos, calls and sun. We then see the jaguar, racoon dogs and the lynx. Luckily there were no more calls for the part of most.
|Actually, the birds are|
|Behind the scenes of a jaguar pacing|
|Otters in the sleeping mode |
|The slush and the posh crisps|
|The ostriches |
|The sunbathing goat|
|The most adorable midget goat |
|The apple cinnamon cake|
Then after chatting and talking, it was time to finally head our way home in the sun and well, things were nice to reflect and one last visit to a house to see grandad on my dad's side, which well things were looking not too good for his fiance. To sum the up, at the begging of the year there was a confirmation she had cancer and sadly she turned into a state of losing hope and not fighting it, causing him to feel overwhelmed and struggling to cope, even hiring carers did not help and then only 1 month ago, she was admitted to hospital and well no one has seen from her since, phone calls he has had sying where she is and how she is coping but well no eye to eye, especially during that pandemic, that makes things a bit more drastic but in the end, it proves a point of how confidence and turn someone around in a situation and well in a way, it means you have to push the positive side to see the good things in life.
|The view from a file, and cat on the left |
The consequences of the day out
Then that was it, time was finally back to normal with me learning about the consequences of time off for a single day, but things have to be caught up with and well, we have to face that. So it turns out of running around for visits, I mean for 6 of them, in different places of the town. With hills to walk up, a care home to see if one of my customers luckily left there 2 days before after she went to the hospital the afternoon after I saw her last and told her about things that could happen which one of the plans is still one chance of hoping but I and someone special have to chat about that again one day.
|One lush Chinese|
and that is what a tempura battered kitkat looks like pic.twitter.com/rqcXXokf3g— Mattie BLM Marker (@omracer) August 1, 2020
|The first mouse and yes that is Finely having his play before its inside did come out I'm afraid |
|Rosie in the leat bless her |
|The night of sunset |
|The Frosties roast chicken pasta with some extra spices |
|Just look at the way Rosie stands out |