Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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Today was our first (and only) day without cycling. After a late breakfast we set about the job of sight seeing in Ely. It is a lovely city with much to explore and we wiled away most of the day walking about the city and paying homage at Cromwell's House and also visiting the Ely museum.
The Riverside Inn is definitely ...
... it was against us. The rain stopped as we turned onto the track that lead by the long straight drainage ditches and the wind had turned more to a south easterly and we were heading south west. so it was more of a buffeting than the head-wind we had feared. The drainage canals were dotted with wind pumps of varying ages which had to be built as the land either side of the canals gradually shrunk and then lowered through the win erosion of the ...
... and you coped easily with the demands of the repertoire - on a personal note I particularly liked the three Grainger pieces in Ilmenau and the Glazunov in Bad Schmiedeberg but throughout the week you were fabulous. As a "windy" I would have to be biased and say that my section was fantastic all week (!) but everyone played well! Joe's tuba entry in March Slave was...I'm at a loss now guys you can fill in the blank! The brass coped brilliantly with the difficult acoustic changes ...
So the saga continues...getting up at 5:30am on a Thursday morning was tough...foggy and icy! I get to the train and get a seat (next to the radiator) then fall asleep in the train until I get to euston. Shooting across euston to the underground and then to Victoria. Always looking for the south line! Get there and arrive at 6:55 and I don't have to meet until 8:00am oh my life.... So get all my paper work and walk to the US embassy where I have to sign in with the GRUMPIEST women ...
... to try and tick a few more items off of the 'Kilby Bucket List'!! Now, one of the items on that list is the subject of this blog. Over a couple of weeks at the back end of April next year, myself and a few like-minded idiots are intending to complete Wainwright's famous Coast to Coast Walk. A 200 mile trek across the northern part of England, from St. Bees in Cumbria on the Irish Sea coast, to Robin Hood's Bay in North Yorkshire, on the North Sea ...