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The day before we fly and we're about to leave for the airport, check in then stay at the Premier Inn Gatwick.
The day didn't start well, with Min and I rowing over the number of shirts she wanted me to pack, me severely stubbing my toe and the dog ******** in the car on the way to the dog minders. My car now has essence of dog. We'll never get rid of it. The smell not the car.
And why this blog is insisting I live in Ontario I do not know.
... coast through Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth. There were a few days with more difficult climbs, such as the Sustrans route west of Burnham Market on Day 8 and the hilly country west of Milton Keynes on Day 14, both made worse by persistent head winds, but they were neither dull nor dreary.
Finally a random list of some more aspects I will remember
- Very friendly and chatty people at Flitwick Manor Hotel
- Chatting with ...
... weeks ago.
A warm welcome from Margaret and a lovely home-made cake and a slightly more subdued welcome from Dylan. Off for a meal at the Heron tonight.
That's it. Taking up a comment from Andy I will do one more post highlighting the best cakes, lakes and rides. This will help me remember some of the attractive and easy cycling, as I have tended to blog somewhat about the difficult ...
First and foremost, meet Rambo the Ambo, our trusty steed :)
As per our brief introduction on our profile page Rambo was purchased for a bang tidy £1700!
A bargain and no doubt you would say to yourself "what's wrong with it?"
The simple answer... nothing. Good luck and good faith brought us to this camper van after seeing an add on gumtree pleading the public for a quick sale (dodgy I still ...
Usual 4 am wake up again.... Another shadow puppet, this is a Doberman dog Meeting / meet-up day yesterday. Jumped the over ground train into the city which is a lot more calmer than the tube. On route to the station I was remained that Stinging Nettles are here. Not that I was stung but more the fact they are always lining the stations or fences. Strange plant but effective. Had a bit of a rather interesting meeting ...