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Name: Joe Oldak
Place: Cambridge, UK

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Loch Ness.

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It's impossible to convey with a camera-phone picture just how pretty the Loch looked this evening. I guess you had to be there really. I'd have happily sat there for hours looking at it, but sadly I had another 10 miles to cycle!
21st Jul 2005, 21:15   comments (3)

Typical Scottish Tightfistedness?

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They don't seem bothered if anyone is using drugs, as long as none of it gets wasted! ;-)
19th Jul 2005, 20:59   comments (0)

Appropriately enough

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given today's weather - even the street furniture in Kilmarnock is water themed!
19th Jul 2005, 20:48   comments (1)

Och aye laddie!

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Oddly, I've been here over half an hour and not seen any bagpipers. Nor Sean Connery. I'm beginning to wonder if this is the right Scotland.
18th Jul 2005, 13:37   comments (8)

For stv

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Came within a mile of Haigh yesterday. Frankly, that was more than near enough for me!
17th Jul 2005, 10:26   comments (1)

Heat and Hills

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This might be the steepest climb I've had to do, though there have been several steeper descents. All a bit much in the heat!
15th Jul 2005, 20:56   comments (2)


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Someone said that once you're through Cornwall then you've basically done it. So perhaps I should get the train back from Exeter!In reality, Devon has been even harder so far! Mainly because of the heat (hottest day this year!). Only managed about 40 miles. Ended up in a lil town on Dartmoor. Hopefully tomorrow will be a bit easier!
11th Jul 2005, 18:26   comments (4)

You can tell we're British...

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...because we have barbecues in the rain!
6th Jul 2005, 20:37   | tags:,comments (2)