The next morning we left early to get back to the track after a full English breakfast (one of the only times I treat myself to one all year). At the track we watched the warm up and then went for a walk to get coffee (there was one decent coffee tent and it was about 8km total walk from our seats. And no that is not an exaggeration. But the coffee was worth it :)
The racing in 125 and Moto2 was spectacular with the lead changing constantly. Wonderful to watch. MotoGP was impressive as always, thought the racing was not spectacular. We got superb seats this time though, the corner where our stand was seemed to have the most overtakes.
So the races left and after being stuck in the car parks for a couple of hours whilst the traffic people totally failed to direct the traffic in anyway what so ever. In fact some of the people walking managed to do a better job... Worst part of he weekend!
Anyway, we left and got back to the flat where Mrs Stace, her sister and my neice and nephew had arrived and were busy sorting food (there is a reason why we had a house this time and were not on a cheap camp site!) We had a lovely meal and spent the evening chatting and drinking.
On Sunday we went with the kids to a fairytale park where they had a fantastic time and we enjoyed playing with them. There was also a an amount of working out trying to keep up with my niece whilst she was playing in the climbing thing that they had (about the size of two houses put together like a maze, I have to admit it was fun - but I was shattered and she had barely started and I consider myself fit!)
Swimming when we got back to the camp site and I managed to pull a muscle keeping my niece entertained (twirling her around on a large float and my side suddenly went pop). And I was stuck in pain for the rest of the evening :)
On Monday we came home and I got changed (I am spending more time as Stacy these days, as per my post yesterday) and we went food shopping for the week.
We got home, and whilst emptying the car our neighbours 14(ish) year old daughter came out to get something from their car. She stood up very well I think. We are not really on better terms than 'Hello' anyway (what is it with modern life that means you no longer know your neighbours) and so I wouldn't have expected more than that. I didn't get that, but I didn't get more than a bit of a confused look from her either.
I think it's safe to say that my neighbours know about Stacy now... Oh well it had to happen - we'll see what the fall out is. On the bright side I can now sit in the sun in the garden without worrying about the implications for Mrs Stace (getting caught for a good reason is one thing, but to sit in the garden seemed like asking for trouble in my mind. Stupid I know, but I thought it was fairer to her).
Of course living with the implications for myself is different... I had a, er, distinct sunbrun pattern on my upper body this morning - the neckline on Stacy's clothing is a little different to my normal clothes. Thankfully I always wear shirts with a high neck as him so it wasn't visible :)
And something to leave you with... My MotoGP hero! (a quick selection from the 600 I took over the weekend, long live digital SLR's where you can take what you want without worrying about the cost of getting the film developed!)