Monthly Archives: August 2009

peaks?

Well I didn’t think too hard about it, but it turns out that the Peaks district it a little on the hilly side! yesterday we managed 58 km. today though we used the car… glad too, its been wet! photos … Continue reading

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A what horse?

“Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross To see a fine lady upon a white horse With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes She shall have music wherever she goes” Ok, It’s not my work – don’t worry … Continue reading

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Right!

It’s international lefthander’s day today (13th August). Happy day to all the left handers out there that I’ve whinged to about this right handed world! They have a website, but it seems to be down… www.lefthandersday.com/

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York. Again. This time as a tourist!

Finally we’ve done the three most touristy things in York.  York is only slightly smaller than Oxford, but it seems to suffer from tourists more than Oxford, I’m not sure why.  What I hear you ask is “suffering” from tourists.  … Continue reading

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Shropshire

It’s not only a fun place to say, but it’s a nice place to stay! We went to Clun for a walk with the Ramblers, the UK’s largest walking organisation, for 3 days of walking.  We stayed at the lovely … Continue reading

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