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... cyclists. Our guests have mainly been Brits, here to experience the cycling mecca and our winter bookings are also all Brits. Fortunately, virtually all of the house improvements are done, our debts are few and our needs less, so we can ride this out and still enjoy living in this amazing place.
The first snow last year at the beginning of November caught us out and this year, I am determined to get all the outside jobs and winter prep done before ...
... 8230;. Unfortunately, on this day the sixth, he hit a horse on the descent, hurt his shoulder and didn’t finish the day himself. Fortunately, he was able to continue the next day although a little sore.
The descent from the Aubisque was another beautiful long sweeping descent through a small ski village and into the valley. Once here, Dave, Terry, Paul and I worked together for a longish flat section before the rise to the Col de Marie-Blanque. This ...
... br> it is the worst summer for 50 years. The wheat harvest is so bad that they will
have to buy in supplies to keep the French in baguettes and the olive harvest
in both Spain and Italy is poor so the price of olive oil will go up. Fruit
harvests seem late too and I have just read that the honey production in the
Lot and Garonne is a catastrophe. September, however, has arrived with sun and
heat to a back drop of foliage beginning to ...
... will they work today? All the questions that go around and around in one’s head before the start. Need another pee.
The slowest riders go off first so the faster riders were either sleeping in or relaxing over coffee and watching the commotion and events.
As we got closer to the start, we began to register our presence and take our bikes into a corral behind the stage. The first riders gradually shuffled forward and mounted the stage above the ...
... to spy from our room. It was simply breathtaking to see part of this entire cascade at close quarter. We realised the section we were seeing was not even visible from our room, helping us greatly appreciate the sheer scale of the elongated higher falls even more.
Not long after passing the bridge, we firstly heard the sounds of what sounded like cow-bells and occasional human shouts, and as we rounded a corner on the narrow well made path, we suddenly encountered a ...