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3 Days in the Carse

It was time for another trip to the roads of the Carse. Polly packed away and off to Invergowrie for a few days. I’d pencilled in one day for a longish run but first, I had my run east along … Continue reading

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The Hebridean Way….by bike. Days Two and Three.

Day Two. An early rise, sunshine streamed in the window. The legs felt good and after a Scottish full breakfast, it was up to Caranis, first head towards the ferry terminal on the island of Berneray. The A865 road was … Continue reading

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The Hebridean Way….by bike. Day One

10 Islands, 6 Causeways, 2 Ferries…. 185 miles of rugged coastline, machair, white sandy beaches, remote moorland, townships, flatlands, steep hilly sections. I often mulled over the route, Vatersay to the Butt of Lewis and thinking ‘aye’. Having retired over … Continue reading

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Red Screes and, the regular

I’d missed my previous annual trip to the Lakes due to family commitments. Once all was over we contacted our regular base but full rooms and work then called for Mrs. M. No problems this time as we are both … Continue reading

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