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... and as it gurgled in my stomach I was reluctant to expel any gas. I was scared that the sound of a squeaky **** might turn every head in the place towards the fresh meat sitting alone by itself on the sofa in the corner! I walked out after a while to warn the security guard she would return without any documentation that she was staying here with hands full of beer. I enjoyed the view over the canals as the men kept coming by and greeting me. This was going to be an ...
... by 11.. so I knew I could get some short shut eye. We actually left on time and then caught the train to head to Clitheroe. Figuring out the trains was a whole new world. But we made it to our destination. So we have that going for us. Which is nice (miss you Nick) We got off the train in Clitheroe and headed down the streets I'm finally familiar with. Picked up the keys to my Grandpas vacant home and went inside. As ...
Apparently Stage 1 of the Tour kicks off today in York and the riders will see a giant swath of West and North Yorkshire. I have to admit the main focus for us what the preparation for the next day and the all important climb up Holme Moss in Stage 2. I spent the morning recovering from the rigors of the race the previous evening and relaxing. The big event during the day was lunch ...
... to make sure we didn't miss our appointment at Stonehenge. It is an enigmatic and impressive place, but best seen from inside the stone circle, which you can only do (for a price) outside normal visiting hours. Otherwise, visitors have to stand a long distance away and look at it through the fence...pretty disappointing. When I was trying to make reservations for this, it was a challenge. Because of the connection of Stonehenge with the summer ...
... hundred other people who want to go someplace to the east.
Snow is everywhere. At least half a foot in the area directly outside of our car. We made it slowly past Manchester without much problem – slow but manageable. The GPS took us through Oldham, and then we ran into the traffic. Miles and miles of it, with no way around. It is a national park, and there really aren't any roads. The handful we could see from our position high on the hill all ...
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