New Tide Watch


Nothing to do with nearly turning 40 but have a new teenage tide watch – Casio Gshock in white (although struggling to get interlunal interval for local beach to work out best tide info)

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Casio G Shock G-LIDE

Functions: Time (12 / 24hr), day, date, world time, daylight saving time on/off option, full auto calendar, stopwatch, countdown timer with auto repeat and beeper/flash alert, yacht timer, three multi alarms with snooze option, hourly time signal, button tone option
Additional Functions: Tide graph, moon phase display
Case: Stainless steel structure, white resin case, tough scratch resistant glass, shock resistant structure
Size: Mens, 43 x 47 x 13mm (W x H x D), 53g
Module: Quartz, up to seven years on one battery under normal usage
Dial & Display Description: Digital, full auto EL backlight with afterglow function, flash alert for alarms and countdown completion
Strap: White resin strap with stainless steel buckle, grey tribal line detail
Water Resistant: 200 meters, 20 bar
Warranty: Two year Casio guarantee

Carron Valley



First time was snow
Next time ripped out UST valve

3 rd time lucky

Days off with the new job so decided to make the most of the fine autumnal weather and the lack of wind between kitesurf sections to go up to carron valley for a ride. Last time out forestry office were about to shut the top section of the run – that time broke off the UST valve for my rear tyre and ride was cut short. Had to skip out the runway section (a series of groomed berms and jumps)

This time notice in the car park said upper section was closed. So did 2 repeats of inner section before going off to do runway … Couldn’t believe it but runway was also closed for maintenance. So did 3 more repeats of the inner loop then gave it up for the day – 1hr of cycling with 5 repeats becomes a bit boring so lacked motivation to continue. Still nice to get out and stretch the legs.

Might try get down to glentress one fine day this week for a longer ride.