Thursday, 26 January 2012

The way to go......

When it comes to it, this would be the ideal send off.....

Although this novel idea has been popular among cycling enthusiasts and the environmentally friendly, Rev Sinclair and his wife Marian are just not up to long bike rides anymore and have struggled to find locals willing to take up their job.

'We're simply not fit enough to ride it,' he said.

'It's seen some lovely funerals but we're always wrecked afterwards.
'We beg people who book it not to go too far - we even have to ask if the cemetery is at the top or bottom of a hill.'

The tandem was developed by a sidecar racing engineer and cost £2,250 to build, according to reports. It is being sold as a going concern and the reverend is inviting offers in excess of its cost price.
The tandem hearse will go on view as part of the Return to Sender display at the Christian Resources Exhibition in Exeter, Devon.

... and I've been thinking about a career change.

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