Man needs hobby…
(this is one of those “he’s cured” moments)
Once you’ve got past the whole procreation thing you need a purpose. What’s the point in going to work if you don’t enjoy yourself? So I rediscovered my hobby (after a break of a decade) & am much more happy.It’s something to focus on, obsess over, another way to ignore the pain & impending doom of MS.
I bought a Luggie Scooter a few weeks ago to enable me to get to the hills without breaking the back of the friend who pushed me up there (I have MS & really struggle with the walking / staying upright thing).
I think I’ve used it enough to share my findings to those wanting to go flying / slope soaring independently.
I fly radio controlled epp combat slope soarers (the Wildthing is my weapon of choice!) around the Hastings / Eastbourne area, at Fairlight (nice and flat maintained footpath) and Butts Lane (not maintained, grazed land, plenty of mud / poo). Continue reading
The Luggie Scooter is a folding scooter that can fit in a case (hence called Luggie = luggage)
I bought a Luggie Scooter a few weeks ago and feel I’m now ready to review it having used it a few times for different purposes and experienced their repair service (I broke the charging port!)
I bought the ‘Luggie Elite Folding Mobility Scooter’, more expensive than the standard one but I wanted one with a bit of grunt – this one comes with a bigger battery. Continue reading
I went to a local(ish) mobility centre in Polegate to see the new ‘Zinger Chair‘ in the flesh (or Aluminium 6061!!) Continue reading
I wrote to East Sussex County Council about access to the slopes in Eastbourne, after being bounced around departments a bit I sent this message: Continue reading
Fairlight access is good, there’s even a gravel path! (S slope) Continue reading
We like the look of this trike electric conversion for wheelchairs. Continue reading