The Spread Eagle Hotel
Travel Blogs from Thame
... Keynes. This was a revelation to me. The town is a cyclists' paradise and we cycled green routes through parkland and past Caldecote Lake.
So far cycling had been a pleasure but once I was on my own I found the route via Stewkley and Aston Abbotts to Ayelsbury extremely weary. The combination of a head wind and hill after hill really wore me down. When, just after Aston Abotts, I found myself on a ridge with extensive views to both sides I ...
... I put on my waterproof jacket but stupidly not the waterproof trousers as I thought it would pass. It didn't so bottom half of me soaked by the time I got to Thame.
I got the last available room at Spreadeagle hotel. Then back into the usual routine of shower, tea and trying to dry out clothes.
45 miles today and 1560 feet of climbing. No after-effects or aching ...
... mementos 12 months after his death. A moving moment for Mary and I'm please we found it and were able to get close. To top the day off, I had a phone call from Lorraine (third cousin) about Thursday night plans, something more to look forward to.
The B&B is an old farmhouse, listed in the doomsday book (1086) - this is going to be fun.
Tomorrow, Sunday church at St Mary's then off to Oxford. Cheers
... mountain, most impressive scenery, worst road, best moments, worst moments, best flight, worst flight etc, etc.
But that will have to wait a while!
Meanwhile to sum-up we have travelled a total of 51,970 km (32,292 miles), taken 14 flights, visited 7 countries and done 91 blog entries which have received 4,136 visitors at the time of writing!
This little teddy bear has been with us for the whole journey, he has been photographed in some of the strangest places,but he has stuck it out,
I can't rember all the places he has appeared, he doesnt belong to me, he is Vicky's teddy bear, somewhere along the line, he was renamed, Walter
Well just enjoy the travels of Walter
They are not in any particular order (you know what these bears are like)