BEST WESTERN Hotel Beausejour Lourdes
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... pretenders in General Classification.
The combined trophy cabinet for Sworks and its side project Team Rivet, (all sponsored by Velofix, (thanks Antman), is as follows:-
- 3 Polka Dot Jerseys from 3 stages
· 1 Stage win
· Leading the Team Classification
· The most combative team
... with him and the encouragement from the rest of the TT gang in the last kms he made the climb. With a fast descent back to Luz St. Savour for lunch, we headed home for our customary dunk in the local creek to chill the sore legs....then up to the local to re hydrate and watch the last hour of the tour......and of course another magic meal from Chef Stephane..... With the Grand Tormelet tomorrow and over 100 kms.......the climbs continue! ...
... finally feeling relived his bike is on its way has stated he is ready!
Paul had his first real hit out for some time on the bike yesterday and was first to christen the recovery creek at the back of our hotel for his weary knee....trusting the knee shapes up for the big tasks ahead,
Keith our "man of steel" enjoyed his first day on the bike....but was it tuff enough ?.....only the days ahead will tell, another who enjoys the fine wine ...
The day started perfectly with cool clear weather and breakfast out by the river and a walk round the caravan park on the river bank. The drive to the south past 5th century ruins and steep farming land, was spectacular and then we stopped for coffee in Cordes, a world heritage listed hilltop town of about the 12th C before the unification of France. Grand, but the temperature is rising towards 37 degrees. From here to our new home, the Pyrennees, with snow caps are a visible ...
... as is usual round here when I came up behind an articulated lorry stopped with hazards flashing. As I went past the driver shouted something which sounded quite urgent and had the word 'Camione’ in it. I knew that ‘Camione’ was a truck and it took a little while for my tiny brain to process it, but I started to wonder if he was telling me he’d stopped to let another lorry come up the pass as the road was quite narrow and it would be a good idea if I did ...