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... I never really considered just how much technical stuff I'd need. But I know it'll all be worth it when I get there and I'm facing -20 degrees!
Got a stinking headcold and dodgy throat as well too - which is not ideal, but I'm just hoping its my body anticipating the change of climate and is getting it out of its system before we embark - one can hope eh?
25th. Our accommodation at Robin Hoods Bay was very nice and was on the hill side about 6 miles out of the village and from the house you have a great view. Breakfast was good and then we left and drove into the village itself. This village is on the sea side and has a very steep road for the last bit going to it. The sign said 30% decline which means that for every 3.3 metres you travel forward you drop 1 metre. The streets of the village are very narrow with shops ...
After the Ulster GP we returned to East Kilbride for another 2 days. Greg cleaned the bike, got the chain tightened and rested up. Kerrie enjoyed a bit of retail therapy replacing some toiletries, caught up on the washing and read another book. Our time back in Glasgow was completed with a lovely dinner at the Leeburn Hotel with Craig and Susan McCall (Neils and Isobel's daughter and her husband) their children Connor and Leah and ...
... hops from NZ and have supplied the bar at the House of Commons! They call in to Madge's brother, Lawrence who owns a piggery. His 500 pigs are born outside and then reared free range inside large sheds. The boys enjoy their day together as do Madge and I. We girls spend the day at Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens. The hours drive takes us through some beautiful old villages northward up the coast. Villages full of potted colour, windy narrow streets and old red phone boxes and ...
... our picnic lunch (thanks, Mo!) in Beverley and had a short wander round the town before pressing on to Hull docks to check in at Terminal 1. The late afternoon was showery. As we made our way through the lock down to river level, there was a rainbow over Kingston upon Hull. The lock, by the way, is less than a metre wider than the ship. Or, the ship, the Pride of Bruges, was built only a metre ...