Monday 2nd November 2020
|A convoluted wander...|
|The full moon not yet set|
Trees still clothed in autumn colours
We escaped for a self-catering weekend - rearranged from earlier in the year when we had hoped to see a show at Blackfriars Theatre.
Instead we took the bikes and explored a part of the Fens north of where the Welland merges into the Wash.
We cycled from Kirton to Frampton church and along small roads, some of which were part of National Cycle Network Route 1.
The cafe I visited in 2015 was closed, but as always we had our trusty flask. Not the most scenic place to stop, but at least we were sheltered from the gale.
|"Be bright, be seen!"|
|and out towards the sea|
The ride from this point on was much easier wind assisted all the way.
|The view from the apartment|
!5th October 2020. Just over ten miles.View of the Welland valley and Seaton
|Harringworth Lodge Lake|
|A profusion of cyclamen in Bulwick|
|The Pickled Village is open again|
|Looking back to Bulwick church|
Sunday 11 October . Around 13 miles. Almost 700 feet of up and down. Good weather too.
Following the public footpath beside the church and over the railway line, then down to the valley.Past the trees where we heard cuckoos in the summer.
Friday 18 September