Cranfield Management Development Centre
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... the familiar overcoat of weariness and questioning will fall back on my shoulders. Right now though with a reasonable flat white coffee in front of me and with 900kms now under our belts, I'll enjoy the moment and embrace David Whyte's sentiments:
“You must learn one thing.
The world was made to be free in.
Give up all the other worlds
Except the one in which you belong.”
... Our first stop was the greenhouse where they graft tomato varieties together to produce a strain with the best of all qualities. Their latest creation is worth 12 times its weight in gold. Next we visited the algae biofuel lab, where scientists are working out how to cost effectively mass produce algae biofuel for aviation fuel in partnership with Airbus. They're also investigating solar energy for ...
... and there will be an again. We joined back up and gave verbals to each team then back on the train to home. Deb went out on purchased some of our new mantra - organic and as preservative free as one can acquire, we are going to stay out of the supposed big and best home supermarkets as much as we can when on home soil. Ours tonight from Nigel ( she is besties with all her local supplier) was organic free range chickens, fresh veg from across ...
... folks for the crassness but it is what it is.They drop these around the city (in public spaces) at 10.00 pm and pick them up at 5.00am the next morning, sorry girls nothing to see here. Check out the pic on this one. Then off to a guided tour of the Guildhall built in the twelfth century - if ever you sought confirmation on the value of an insider then spend a little time with Martin, particularly within the confines of his backyard. For hundreds of years The Lord ...
... brakes on your bike (works much better than any bell).
Have no accidents
An absolute must - have a bike that fits you.
Do practise on it a lot before you go.
Follow Henry's route, with lots of little quiet roads and canal paths, it's the best.
Don't get a puncture during the whole trip. (Henry had only one on bald tyres!)
Do travel by train with your bike, it's fun and easy, quicker than cycling anyway.
Do eat a whole soreen malt loaf each ...