The first job of the day was a consignment of milk to go from Derriford up to Bristol. I was the first rider with a hand over at Tiverton to Weston Freewheelers. The weather was horrendous with lots of standing water around the City. I did consider swapping for the car but decided that once onto the A38 things would improve standing water wise. I was right and a successful handover was conducted.
Back to not riding with glasses on, it meant that I didn't have to raise my visor when coming to a stop at traffic lights and there wasn't any problems, when stopping at either end with glasses getting steamed up or covered in rain. I am hoping I am going to be able to wear contacts most of the time now. Will see over the coming week how I get on with them.
Onto the second job, it was a routine Dialysis Sample run from the Plymouth Dialysis Unit (Renal Unit) to the combined labs at Derriford. I decided to use the car for this run as the heavens hadn't shown any sign of abating. It was definitely the right call! The drains are struggling to handle the amount of water that is being thrown down. Which meant I was warm and dry in the safety of the car.
That’s all for today, Ride Safe