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The Trail: be aware of the Dog Badger

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

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Bishops Wood on a frosty morning

With high pressure giving us a week of blue skies and sunshine, I decided to supplement my early morning rides by wandering upstream one afternoon. I was soon joined by a Jay (a very pretty bird) flitting just ahead of me, each time I came abreast he would fly a further hundred meters or so. 323 more words

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Quiet but for a Dog Badger

Having returned from our monthly excursion to Berkshire over a snow-capped Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor yesterday I decided A – not to ride my lightweight and B – to set out on my ride a little later than usual. 242 more words

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Typical Winters Grey day

Typical Winters Grey day – early morning trail to myself with just an Owl hooting away for company. Upside was the wind which had backed off and it was definitely a few degrees warmer. 291 more words

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Camel Trail: first Daffodils

That was some initiation after two weeks of 24 degrees, swimming in the sea, fishing and biking up the side of mountains (in the Canaries sun seeking ). 262 more words

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