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Attempting, then achieving LeJogs

I have cycled from Land’s End to my mum’s in Coventry (5 days). So it’s about time I try to cycle north from Coventry to see how far I get. So far it’s been a trip down memory lane: Lincoln, our home 30 years ago, Kegworth 20 years ago. Sustrans routes meander through delightful villages, … Continue reading »

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Our tailwind tour into Wales

I planned this route using the BBC weather forecast, and fortunately it was correct! We laboured up and down steep muddy hills on day 2 (+5000′) in heavy rain, but always with the wind behind us.  When we travelled east into England there was a strong westerly breeze to support us, and we literally flew … Continue reading »

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Two trips to London and one to Brighton

Thank you Keith for our very comfie bed  and tour of London: we certainly earned our fabulous lunch with Jan at foodie heaven Borough Market and cream tea at Southark cathedral.  Easy cycling through the Lee Valley with views of the Olympic facilities, even better just to hop on a train home again!  Sleepy Somerset is … Continue reading »

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A summer well spent.

  Incredibly we are ready!  With time to spare!  Time to acknowledge the great summer we have had with all of our friends and relatives.  Sadly I haven’t taken photos of everything for example I have no pictures of my happy days at Chew Valley School for the summer term.  And there should be lots … Continue reading »

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