You cycle 12 or so miles, you get wet and cold.
You arrive, you warm up and dry out (mostly).
Then you have to cycle the 12 or so miles home.
And it's raining heavier than before.
17th Oct 2007, 11:03
I don't think there's anything to be said.
17th Oct 2007, 10:36
yesterday was the last meeting of the expert patient program, and I had made
my mind up that I was going to cycle to Tenby come what may, after all,
what's a bit of rain? It's only water...
17th Oct 2007, 10:31
There are coves along this stretch untrespassed by humans since the MoD
claimed the land. Inaccessible by land, if you tried to approach by sea
you'd pretty soon have a coastguard moving you on, or the range spotter
plane dropping shit on you or something.
15th Oct 2007, 00:34
well, bullocks, a little further along the walk...
14th Oct 2007, 20:51
Walkies with Dave, from Stack Rocks, eastwards along the coast path towards
St Govan's and back again. This is all MoD land which isn't open to the
public much. Bullslaughter Bay (is it Bull Slaughter or Bulls Laughter?) is
quite something - definitely a rocktapper's dream! Ours were the only
footprints today, though someone had been there collecting driftwood, they'd
even fashioned a basket for it, then left it behind. Getting out again is
quite a scramble though.
14th Oct 2007, 19:14
is anyone able to comment on the species and edibility of these? My
knowledge of wild mushrooms is very limited, but I assumed that, had they
been an edible variety, there wouldn't have been so many about.
14th Oct 2007, 18:31
...there is now room for 4, albeit two big and two small bikes. Yet to find
a satisfactory home for Swampdonkeys' bike. The rack is a cheap one from
Lidl (six quid), and I had to add a few strengthening struts. It has seating
for 3 frames, which is a bit overambitious (they must have forgotten pedal
and handlebar width in their calculations...)
12th Oct 2007, 23:12