This ten mile walk turned out to be a disappointment. It began after a cup of coffee at the Borough Arms in Bodmin. Which, incidentally, cost me £2.60. 478 more words
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What a charming time of the year this is – Tadpoles changing into baby Frogs much to the delight of my Grandchildren. The Camel Trail going through its “purple phase” with foxgloves, Valerian and Campion featuring heavily this is all against a backdrop of Honeysuckle filling the early morning air with a heavy scent. 176 more words
When I have time away from the Trail getting back and riding just emphasises how privileged I am to live alongside this facility.
The vagaries of the weather obviously influence my riding experience and to say that we are lurching from one extreme to another might sound over the top but one minute I am languishing in hot weather on a bed of bluebells chilling out and the very next week It’s back to being all wrapped up and standing on the peddles to combat a Gale force wind. 287 more words
Missing my early morning rides at the moment but I guess the store roof takes precedence.
With the weather set fair for the week the roofers will be happy and I guess with a trip to Twickenham lined up for the final England game it would be naughty to bemoan my lack of riding time. 140 more words
Well for all of five minutes we had a white world after a particularly heavy Hailstorm.
Maybe just as well we did not have this weather last week during Half Term, I have to say I made my way down to Padstow on several occasions and there was no need of lights as the mornings are drawing out. 179 more words