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Over the last two days, we've completed a circuit of the highlands starting out from Glasgow, to Roslin (and Rosslyn Chapel), Edinburgh (including Edinburgh castle where we saw the Scottish Crown Jewells and the Stone of Scone), called in on friends in Dysart and the Blairs in Stonehaven, overnighting in Dundee, then on through Inverness, the Great Glen, back through Fort William and on to meet peak hour traffic in Glasgow ...
... of destinations, or I can walk up stream on the river bank, past the university and through woods infested with squirrels. Treacle has almost had a nervous breakdown because there were more squirrels than she could chase and she was desperate to follow them up the pine trees, but sadly her legs are not made for that sort of activity. It has been really good for me because I don't have to walk very far before Treacle has had an extremely good work out. ...
Albeit that is by choice, but true nonetheless. Given the furthest I have travelled is to the USA, I’ve decided to take the opportunity to do a spot of travelling and see some of the world. I’m hopeful there will be some good stories ...
... it a lot more or try and use as much of our existing kit as possible, as we have a considerable amount.
- 5 pairs of boxers
- Kuhl trousers
- Marmot walking
trousers, (heavier weight)
trackies (for casual use)
- Crag shorts (for
sunny weather in Abu Dhabi)
... few days with over 10 hours cycling, and I think 4, or maybe 5 days of that were 100 miles plus. My longest ever still stands at 160 miles from Bergamo to Turin, and I was tempted to cycle about the ferry port, or down to the beach in Caen just to beat that as I was only 7 miles off, but it didn't seem quite right. I was there, and that was that. I am quite pleased with myself that I managed to repeat the distance again and again, and it was mostly the saddle ...