Ferry ‘Cross The…

September 19 - Hythe to Portsmouth It was a ferry day today for sure. We caught not one, not two, but three ferries as we chugged across rivers, in the sunshine, on a leisurely, unhurried day of pedalling. We rode into the quiet morning streets of Hythe, then I performed the morning  routine task of... Continue Reading →

Well, Isn’t That Interesting

September 17 - The New Forest Those words came into my head often today. The things I learned from a village roam. “Well, I didn’t know that,” I would say to myself. “Well, isn’t that interesting.” “Well, fancy that.” It was  a day of history and stories and a wonderful day of finds on the... Continue Reading →

A Very Peaceful Pedal

September 16 - The New Forest Another day to explore the New Forest, but a slower day, a quieter day and a day to look for some stories beyond the roaming ponies. We set off on our ride from Brockenhurst again and pedalled into the New Forest National Park, along one of the roads that... Continue Reading →

The Perfect Go Slow Sunday

September 15 - The New Forest I know I said in yesterday’s post, “it doesn’t get much better than that”, but today…well…it really doesn’t get much better. Today was perfect. Absolutely perfect. The perfect Go Slow Sunday and the sort of day that was just bliss. We planned a full Go Slow Sunday today, with... Continue Reading →

A Four Legged Bonanza

September 14 - The New Forest It doesn’t get much better than that. A brilliant day, with a fantastic outing on the bikes, through the national park and seeing some animals along the way. Absolutely ripper! I trotted out into the dawn light for a quick run around Lymington. The sun was just coming up... Continue Reading →

When Steve Made Peace With The Weather

September 13 - Newport to Lymington You know it’s a brilliant day when Steve admits that it’s warm. Steve has never bonded with the UK, due mainly to the ongoing disagreement he’s had with British weather. Today though…well, even he had to mellow and call a temporary truce in his feud with the British elements.... Continue Reading →

A Hee-Hawsome Day

September 12 - Isle of Wight We had a day on the pedals to explore a little further around the Isle of Wight and it was all terrific, with variety being the order of the day. We set off through the streets of Newport to join the Red Squirrel Trail, so named because it is... Continue Reading →

Like A Sunday Drive On Two Wheels

September 8 - Salisbury to Southampton Aah, the Sunday drive. That timeless activity of hopping in the family car and taking off for a leisurely drive through the countryside, often with the driver wearing a hat of some variety, generally of questionable style. Well, our ride today could be classed as the cycling form of... Continue Reading →

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