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The bike consists of a frame, front wheel, headset, seat, seat stem, crank, peddles, shift levers, derailleurs and chain.With this bicycle I want to show what can be done with saving a bicycle like this. I want to show how an old heavy bicycle like this can be turned into a lighter, useful and practical bicycle. To give it a second life. I think this is a Schwinn Suburban, maybe a continental. At some point someone removed all the paint and never repainted it. I have not been on any DT's yet, but have been putting my name out there lately in hopes of getting on one. Your Next Stamp is having a DT call currently. I would LOVE to be on their DT. of course not without taking the customary group photos. hehe. Keonz and Henry did a fine job of running up and down and guiding the pacers, while the more experienced TFB runners were running alongside and chatting with their respective pace group runners. My parents have given us a gift of a couple of nights away. Yay!I am. She loved having them stay, but she was also reminded of how tiring the care of young children can be. It's exhausting. It's relentless. It's noisy and chaotic. It's not just me! That's how it is, and it's okay.
Tim Chester says,Parents of young children live life in a blur for a few years.I've been feeling pretty guilty recently. What have I been feeling guilty about? I'm a mum, so you shouldn't have to ask!Like so many mothers, I feel guilty because I'm not doing enough for my family. I've been trying to juggle too many things, and I'm worried I'm neglecting my children. But guilt doesn't think logically.
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We'd taken a big bundle of them to the Glasgow show last weekend but had sold them all by Saturday lunchtime.Within this issue is a wee feature on how I was inspired to recreate a specific short freight train, from a black & white photograph that I came across by accident. I hope all those bits are numbered and that the NRM haven't lost the instructions. .