Well loads has been going on since I last wrote here.
A one week trip to France with the guys on our motorbikes was fun. We had a blast running down through France and staying in some cool hotels, eating some great food and drinking fantastic wine. This culminated in a two day track attack at Nogaro. What a circuit. Some really challenging corners and whilst it's easy to learn this track, it's hard to go really fast. You have to have your head on the right way, if you know what I mean, and be dialed into your bike and the circuit to get it all right. When it comes together it feels effortless and you seem to be going quite slow, but check the lap time and you will have been hammering around quite fast.
The trip home was just as nice as the run down, great hotels, food, wine and roads. We stayed in one of our favourite haunts "Château de la Vallée Bleue" near Le Chatre. This place is fantastic and we always have a great reception when we go. Check out the pictures from the trip here.
When I got home, I had organised a fund raiser for the EnduroIndia trip. This was a day with Sim Racing Ltd running round Silverstone in 1965 Honda RA272 (as seen in the "Power of Dreams" TV adverts).
This raised £70.50 and the raffle produced £15. My thanks go out to everyone who came along and especially to Adrian for helping me organise this and believing in the trip enough to allow me to run it.
At the moment I'm in the middle of a RedHat Linux System Administration course in Guildford. This is a great course, or it has been so far, we'll see what happens on Friday when we get to take the Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT) exam.