Too right there are - and as an aside, you don't have to be over 65 to retire either .
Early retired at 58, best move I ever made.
I mean people can't go to work if their workplace isn't open. I live in Cornwall where the vast majority of businesses are still closed.
Glad you are feeling fit enough, hoping to have a look myself in a day or so.
Movements at LEA can be a bit hit and miss, they're still waiting for GNSS approval so most current traffic (pre CV) is GA with the occasional biz jet. There are a number of residents now ranging from Piper Cub to Bombardier Challenger, the old RAF canteen has been opened as a café and affords some views across the apron (south facing into sun). Not to be confused with Leeds Bradford Airport of course.
I'll join Andy and Brian in giving early retirement the thumbs up. I finished at the end of Feb, also at 58. Luckily, being close to the Heath, the Hall, and Marham I've managed to see movements most days without leaving the garden but looking forward to a ride to Lakenheath soon. Watching fr24 to see whats causing vapor trails overhead, Air Warriors and Plane Resurrection viewing, reading Pathfinders 635 Squadron and with five waterways converging two miles down the road at Denver Sluice, there's plenty of flying action from the Avian air force to keep lockdown at bay, but will be happier when I can partake of a coffee and cake at Duxford again.
Regarding that outlet on another forum I'm a member of the outlet were mentioned in connection with something which led me to this on the outlet's web site !!!Wissam24 wrote: ↑Mon 11 May 2020, 11:24 amYes, the shocking arrogance of some "outlets" like BigJetTV has been breathtaking.Mooshie1956 wrote: ↑Mon 11 May 2020, 11:19 amSince when ?. I've seen plenty of pictures taken while on lockdown and posted to other social media outlets, no one seem to know about this and the police haven't taken any action.
Photos being posted during lockdown was only banned on this site and if I recall correctly with a message saying they would be taken down. Obviously those taken from your Garden or out on your daily exercise should be OK - I cycle commute 30 miles a day so I've easily taken some "Lockdown Spotting" photos as I carry my camera gear on a pakrak. I have refrained from posting any so not to encourage anyone to go out looking at all the BA Embraer 170s and 190s, KLM 737s, Transavia 737s and the line-up of BRA 146s at Norwich. Quite something to see, I assume the result of cheap storage costs?parsley wrote: ↑Sat 23 May 2020, 10:25 pmRegarding that outlet on another forum I'm a member of the outlet were mentioned in connection with something which led me to this on the outlet's web site !!!Wissam24 wrote: ↑Mon 11 May 2020, 11:24 amYes, the shocking arrogance of some "outlets" like BigJetTV has been breathtaking.Mooshie1956 wrote: ↑Mon 11 May 2020, 11:19 amSince when ?. I've seen plenty of pictures taken while on lockdown and posted to other social media outlets, no one seem to know about this and the police haven't taken any action.
Public open space under these guidelines is specifcially defined as.to visit a public open space for the purposes of open-air recreation to promote their physical or mental health or emotional wellbeing—
(ii) with one or more members of their household, or
(iii) with one member of another household
The link is not working,takes you to page not found.Pen Pusher wrote: ↑Thu 28 May 2020, 5:39 amAny one in South Cambridgeshire tonight, and spot the mistake.
https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/l ... m-18320641
BrianSpitfire to fly from Duxford for Thursday's 8pm carers clap over Cambridgeshire
A spitfire fighter plane from the Second World War will be flying over South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge on Thursday evening (May 28).
The spitfire is setting off from Duxford at 7.45pm and will fly over dozens of villages and towns on its way to Cambridge.
It will be flying at 2,000 feet over South Cambridgeshire for the duration of the flight which will last around 45 minutes.