So, just over a year ago I posted about my mileage at the start of the year with a view to seeing how many miles I was going to do through 2006.
In Lerwick, Archie MacDuff stood looking out of his kitchen window. He watched the waves crash over the harbour wall, while the fine snow built up gently against the window pane.
At a press conference today in New York, Kofi Annan, the UN Secretary General, has welcomed shock news from Fetcham in Surrey.
Over the last 8 weeks I have managed to get out on my bike about twice. For various reasons, my routine has been very disrupted, so in total I have not actually ridden more than about 15 miles.
In Lerwick, Archie MacDuff stood looking out of his kitchen window. The rain lashed hard against the glass, driven by the force 4 gale that was blowing. It looked like a nice day for fishing.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary gaiters are: –
This weekend I will mostly be not getting out of bed, cos I was a lazy git.
In Lerwick Archie MacDuff stood looking out of his kitchen window. The horizon was empty, only the grey clouds moving past proved that he was not looking at a painting.
In Lerwick, Archie MacDuff stood looking out of his kitchen window. He watched the huge seas crash against the hard beach, while the fierce wind blew the few trees over at right angles. It looked a fine day.
It might be out of the way, being quite a trek for the moles from the heart of Surrey to London’s Canary Wharf but last Friday we made a special effort to attend the first public day of Cycle 2006. The resulting 62 shot set of Cycle 2006 photos are up on Flickr, with the labelling process ongoing…
Today I had to take a trip into town for a mid-morning London meeting. Staring idly out of the window as the train crossed the Thames I was suddenly struck by a rather interesting thought.
Dave and Matt head off toward the White Downs near Ranmore and try out a couple of new trails. The new bits included a fast and twisty section of the North Downs Way which will prove invaluable in winter as it seems well drained and stable, plus the White Downs descent which takes you down to Park Farm near Wotton. … Read the rest…