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I can't believe it, but the day has actually arrived. There was no queue at the check in desk, we are through security, and we have had breakfast. We are now sat watching the dawn break over manchester airport; it's not as romantic as it sounds... ...
... Subsequently I'm wearing 4 different types of perfume (despite being unable to smell any) have hand, face and eye cream on and I've painted my nails (Macs the best). It's a shame I've lost my sense of smell, I'd have liked to have a smell of Viktor and Rolf (because its lovely) and Rive Gauche (it reminds me of my childhood) but I've made up for it by wearing both of them. I can't understand why no one else has joined in my fun!! Here's some ...
Since the last entry, Paul has broke his camera and bought a new one, Phil has broke his camera clip (and not bought a new one because Paul fixed it) and Ian has become a Grandad!! Phil has had a few rides out in the early months of the year, as has Paul. Paul is having his bike seat adjusted to fit his fat **** and Phil's bike is booked in for a full Service in mid-April. It's just 10 weeks away now until our first foreign trip. Soon be here ...
... br> A massive thank you to everyone who has sponsored me, walked with me, believed in me, encouraged me. I walk with you all in my heart and thoughts of you will keep me going. I look forward to sharing my journey with you as and when I can.
Leaving medieval England behind, we headed across the beautiful landscape of Shropshire on B-roads, towards Derbyshire. The trip took us from views of soft and mellow farmland with colourful wooded gullies, to rugged small holdings with rock walls and buildings made predominantly from the local grey-brown stone, short distances between hamlets and villages that appear to cling to the hill sides. On the way we passed through Buxton, ...