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Kitty Kats and Pastels

I’ve got two candidates for Today’s Perfect Moment. Maybe by writing them out, I will be able to choose.

The first is testament to my cat. 270 more words

Aspirations, Reflections, Perfection

Navigating Ferries

Climb aboard, er, walk or drive aboard. Washington State Ferries operates two ferry routes for Whidbey Island: one in Clinton that leads to Mukilteo and Seattle, and one in Coupeville that leads to Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula. 1,216 more words

Bike to Work Day 2018

Newark celebrated National Bike to Work Day on Monday, May 21, the event having been rescheduled from May 18 due to rain. The first sunny day in a week saw… 667 more words

News

U.K. Road Signs

Understanding road signs is one of the most important components when we are driving or riding on public roads. Without a reasonable  knowlegde of these it will be very difficult to stay safe and to garanty for other road users safety, especially when we ride or drive in urban busy areas. 1,338 more words
Commuting

The sound effects of just missing the overground.

I sit on the overground train heading east. The morning sun is warming my neck and my travel mug of coffee is warming my soul. The train is clacking from station to station, and I zone out as I watch the city skyline roll past. 229 more words

Writing

All the flaps

Calm, collected and completely unflappable.

You know the kind of person: Their morning is going to shits, but you wouldn’t be able to tell if you looked at them. 239 more words

Writing

Road to nowhere?

Last summer, work started on a cycle path between Camberley and Farnborough, which I believe forms part of “Blackwater Valley, Better Connectivity” scheme:¬†BWV_20Better_20Connectvitiy_20Phase_201_20-_20Factbook_20v1

The previous winter, we had witnessed the completion of the “Orange Route” down the A331, with immense traffic disruption, creating an immaculate cycle path from an insanely busy roundabout to a supermarket and a dual carriageway. 365 more words

Cycling