Get yourself a drink and some popcorn. Find your favourite chair and put your feet up. And watch “Weymouth Week 2012 : The Movie“.
I was kindly given this DVD by Maurice Marston at last night’s Club Night and I’ve uploaded it to our unlisted YouTube account for displaying here on our website. At this rate, we’ll soon have the complete set of annual Weymouth Week photos and videos.
The Movie is 45 minutes long and although it consists mainly of a slide show, there are several videos (with audio) embedded within it. If you’re wanting to see the infamous “Vintage Echoes”, jump to 41 minutes.
So far in 2018, our runs have not gone well weather-wise. The Winter Run had to be rescheduled, the Spring Run was cancelled…so some of us were eagerly watching the weather forecast for the weekend of 7th/8th April. At one point, the BBC Weather was saying the Blandford area would be rain free on the 8th, while the Met Office said there would be showers all day…for the same location and date!
At 9:50am, I headed off for the Corn Exchange on my trusty Ariel Red Hunter; it was a bit overcast but looked like it might stay that way….but it was not to be. Very good turnout; we must have had 30 bikes at the start but by the time we got to The Fox at Ansty, 54 miles later, we were down to about 10. Who knows what happened to the missing 20; I have my suspicions, but couldn’t possibly air them here 🙂 .
Many thanks to Peter Miller for a very interesting route…one I must re-trace in better weather.
My recent post of photos taken at the 2009 First Weymouth Week seems to have gone down quite well because Richard Hutson of the Bournemouth and New Forest Section got in touch and offered me a whole lot more from various runs that Dorset Section members took part in.
So many thanks to Richard for his photographs and shown here with his permission.