Travelodge Towcester Silverstone
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... and Dragon stained glass windows so far. After a ten minute climb on our way back to The Ridgeway Debby realises her hat is still on a pew in the church below and I have the pleasure of returning to collect it. Debby tells me she has understood from these blogs that I keep saying I like physical exertion!
Back on The Ridgeway we immediately encounter the most amazing tree. I cannot resist giving it a friendly hug and thanking it for all it ...
... s my only concern....hockey kit/clothes and camera things in my suitcase as well as 2 hockey sticks and all has to be under 23kgs (impossible) but I will carry on and see what happens. Another thing that is confusing me is the SIM cards for iPhones in America. I just want a pay as you go SIM card that works for me to get internet and can send a few texts! That's all. Nothing all singing all dancing! But anyway speak to you guys soon ...
... This was a glorious walk in fabulous winter weather and even the tower blocks of Luton looked pretty attractive. 14 miles in all and whilst we probably only reached about 1/20th as high as Kili, we did have 4 different climbs in total up Galley Hill, Warden Hill, Telegraph Hill and Derry Hill - not a bad test really.
Anyway, the title of this entry is 'Nothing like a nice relaxing weekend!' or, as I said earlier, 30 miles ...
... Every boat that crosses this summit, draws off that huge amount of water.
Our two dear friends, Nick and Dee are working on their boat this weekend a few miles further down the canal and drove up to meet us and we had a lovely catch up over lunch at the Angler's Retreat pub which does really good food at a very reasonable price. We hope to give them a wave as we go past tomorrow as we go through Ivinghoe locks.
... machine rumbles away, we just wanted to say how great it was to be able to post blogs to you all. As I’ve said before, you just didn’t seem so far away, and it’ll be even better to see you all in person - sooner rather than later, I hope.
Despite our best efforts, having failed to take the weather with us, I can recommend several fleeces, sun screen and an umbrella as useful alternatives.