Tag Archives: Lands End

LEJOG, Day 1

Having woken up at 4:30 (as you do), driven the 5 and a half hours to our destination, we had a quick lunch and started back towards where we came from. I must admit that it was ┬árather daunting driving … Continue reading

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Time to Go

After what seems like many months of planning, and preparation, and training, it’s finally time to pack up and head for Land’s End. Then follows 12 days of cycling around 55 – 81 miles per day, before heading back home. … Continue reading

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The Wheels on the Bike Go Round and Round

I wrote a while back about the plans to do a cycle from Lands End to John O’Groats. Since then, a few things have happened. One is that the route has been settled, and a lot of accommodation has been … Continue reading

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Cycle-mapping

It started off as simple conversation – a mention of a trip a few years ago, and a throw-away comment along the lines of “Hmmm, I wouldn’t mind doing that…” It quickly got a life of its own, and soon … Continue reading

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What to do?

I have discovered that the propensity of the English to create kitsch attractions at every possible location is matched by only two things: their ability to queue patiently to get into them, and their willingness to fork out vast quantities … Continue reading

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