Land’s End to John O’Groats Photo Gallery Penzance St Michael’s Mount Treacle tart and clotted cream Old Tin Mine Arsenic mine Mevagissey 32 Council Houses, Trewoon China clay mining landscape Lanscape shaped by china clay open mining on the horizon China Clay Kiln Cornish Flag The Palmers are everywhere! Bodmin Moor Bodmin Moor China clay kiln A ford Wind turbines and sheep This is a lot steeper than it looks! Hatherleigh Dartmoor in the distance Memorial to a brother lost in the Crimean War, 1854 Waiting for the train The Avonmouth Bridge The River Avon (low tide) One of the Severn Bridges in the distance For travellers from Wales A telephone replaced by books! Bluebells Garden of Berkeley B&B Sharpness and Gloucester Canal Tithe Barn Gloucester Docks Public Urinal (for 20p) Tewkesbury Tewkesbury Abbey Tewkesbury St Nicholas Church, Loxley. Parts date from 950AD Newton Regis Marius and Helen’s current home, “The Paper Shop” The Shire Horse Leek Police station: 1891 Rudyard Lake Adelphi Mill, Bollington The Bollington Labyrinth Bollington The Google Maps route! Roebuck Inn Macclesfield St Anne’s Church, Woodplumpton Note: fish on the weather vane and stocks! The Home Barn The Stork Inn, Conder Green Scorton Scorton public conveneiences Lancaster Canal Lancaster – River Lune Lancaster Castle A laid hedge This was one hill that we had to walk! Shap Fell: tribute to engineers and workers Outside the Greyhound in Shap The Musgrave Monument – Penrith Penrith Gretna Green Paul getting information from a piper Ecclefechan – birthplace of Thomas Carlyle The Southern Uplands with fresh snow Sculpture of unknown provenance The shop that Helen B and her sister visited when they were young girls we were too late to find mint cake in Kendal Robert the Bruce The Moffat Ram Moffat First signs of snow! The Moffat Hills Lois with snow and logging truck! Logging and wind turbines Edinburgh Rosslyn Chapel by William Dyce (Da Vinci Code connection) Henderson’s Edinburgh Castle Braepark – Edinburgh Dalmeny Forth Road Bridge Forth Railway Bridge Forth Road Bridge From the Forth Road Bridge Another hill with Forth bridges in background Lomond Hills Glenfarg St. Leonards-in-the-Fields River Tay Branklyn Garden Tibetan Cherry Scone Palace Moot Hill and Chapel Mercat Cross – Scone Pitlochry Curling rocks Atholl Castle River Tilt Drumochter Pass NCN Route 7 Aviemore, the Cairngorms and the moon! The Cairngorms Carrbridge The bike “road” and the “high”way Tomatin Distillery Balnuaran of Clava Inverness – River Ness Hessock Bridge Inverness Lois doing her stretches Firth of Cromarty Crask Inn NCN Sign at the Crask Inn Strathneven Bettyhill Sheltering from the wind Phone disconnected NCN Route#1 Sarah
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Hi Lois & Paul,
I am so Jurassic that I emailed Lois and it only dawned on me today to look up your previous blog details.
Lovely to see evidence that you are here.
Are we on for next week? We do hope so and will do back somersaults to make it happen.
Love from both of us, Moira and Bill
Congratulations on a successful completion to your wonderful trip. Finally got caught up on your last week this morning. I have been enjoying sitting in a comfortable chair, in a warm house reading about your adventures at the end of a day. That was until we had a sewer backup (4 of us with attached walls. It happened on the night of May 6. We have been busy and our place is about to get more chaotic tomorrow when moving our stuff out and starting repairs begins! You are perhaps back home by now about to enjoy a new grandchild.
All the best, wherever you are. Thanks for posting your interesting biking adventures. Makes me want to do it.
Brian sends his congratulations too.