By 8:30 in the morning temperatures were in the high 80’s with relative humidity running over 90%. Dressed only in tee shirts and cutoffs, and as often as not barefoot, we played straight through to lunch. After lunch we’d return to the field and play until the Little League teams showed up for practice.
This interview gave me the perfect venue to ask some questions purely intended to dig into the essence of Dave.By the way, May 19th is Dave’s birthday. Thanks to Leominster Neighbor’s for the perfect time to publish the interview!Q:What does Memorial Day mean to you?A:Memorial Day is a time to remember and reflect on the people who have impacted our lives. We don’t pass through time without leaving our mark; those who have served deserve to be remembered including my father, Edward J.
Cyclocross bicycles are ideal for pulling weight and cargo because the bike itself is light and sturdy and can handle both roads and trails. Mountain bikes won’t have any issues with the way the tires handle and they are more than capable of pulling heavy loads, but mountain bikes will only add to the weight that you’re already carrying. I pull about an extra 100 lbs with my one year old and my 4 year old in the bike trailer and I’ve found the lightness of my Cyclocross frame to balance out the weight of the trailer significantly..
The Heritage WalkWalk around the heritage George Town, enjoy the smells of local exotic aroma, the sight of old Colonial architectural charm, and meet the friendly local people. Explore the narrow lanes and hidden corners, the old quaint residential houses of all shapes and sizes, and be lost in the countless old clan houses, traders’ associations, old mosques, ancient temples, and Gothic churches. If you are too tired to walk, then take the local tourist trishaws (pedicab tricycles), where you just sit, relax and enjoy, the leisurely ride around George Town.
‘Leicester music scene legend’ Andy Mann dies after short lung cancer battleAndy Mann died aged just 35 in Loros Hospice in Glenfield13:49, 25 AUG 2017Updated18:19, 25 AUG 2017Andy Mann and his dog Goose “We had a very close bond and always looked out for each other despite living miles apart. “Andy was full of kindness and empathy, with an almost intuitive understanding of people.”It will forever be a tragedy that he died young, while just on the verge of the next steps in his blossoming career as a Sound Engineer.”Andy was only diagnosed with lung cancer in July and had started to feel ill only a short time before.Thief grabs bank card from woman whose car caught fire, goes on spending spree in Sports Direct and KFCAlex added: “It was really quick, I think he had about two months.”The form of cancer was incredibly cruel and active and he wasn’t well enough to have any treatment.”Andy died at the Loros Hospice in Glenfield after being admitted just the day before.”He spent less than a day there which in a way was good because at least he didn’t spend long suffering,” said Alex.”I was with Andy all the time and even at the end he was funny.”We were chatting about all types of things and spending some real quality time together but I remember him being quite sharp and witty at all times.”Woman killed in crash outside Oadby Asda named by policeThe day before his death Andy shared a message on Facebook, which said: “Just wanted to say I love you all. Be good to each other won’t you.”Alex added: “It’s incredibly poignant and it’s a really good characterisation of the sort of person Andy was and the sort of things he cared about.”Andy grew up in Reading and lived in San Diego and Germany before he moved to Leicester in 2001 and instantly immersed himself in the city’s live music scene..