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Ride 60 (walk and lead): Dartmoor Day Two: Safely Through the Danger Zone

Saturday, 8th August, Okehampton Camp to Brentor, 15.76 miles.

The sun rise this morning is as beautiful as the setting sun last evening.

I can already tell it is going to be a blisteringly hot day today and I make the early decision to get off the moor as soon as possible to avoid getting roasted. 750 more words

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Ride 56 (walk and lead): What goes Up, Must come Down

Tuesday, 4th August, Halberton to Cadeleigh, 11 miles

I mean hills!  Jo and I did a recce of our route yesterday so I know where we are going today.   143 more words

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Ride 55 (walk and lead): 'Stay-Cool' Tommy and the Cuthbert Connection

Monday, 3rd August, Kittisford to Halberton, 12 miles.

It’s absolutely out of the question!  Jo Cuthbert, who runs a cycle hire next to the Grand Western Canal at Greenway Bridge and our host for tonight, rung me yesterday to tell me she had spoken to the Canal Manager, Mark Baker, and mentioned that I was wanting to go down the canal tow path and was informed that horses are not allowed, under any circumstances, for fear it would set a precedent. 377 more words

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Ride 54 (walk and lead): New Shoes for Tommy, the 41 Club Barbecue and the Bells of St Michael.

Saturday / Sunday, 1st/2nd August, Nynehead to Kittisford, 6 miles

Do you play Bridge?  This was one of the first questions that Maurice asks me when he kindly comes to collect my gear from our pit stop at Nynehead before we head off to his place.   793 more words

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Ride 53 (walk and lead): Tommy Meets a Special Little Girl

Friday, 31st July, West Buckland to Nynehead, 5 miles

As I write this, most of you will be aware that Tommy and I have already reached our destination, safe and sound.   324 more words

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[truyện dịch] Người hành hương - Paulo Coelho (phần 7)

Người truyền tin 

“Và chính tại nơi đây mọi con đường tới Santiago nhập thành một.”

Chúng tôi tới Puente de la Reina lúc sáng sớm. 7,806 more words

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Estimated Arrival At Destination!

At 10 am on Wednesday 12th August, Tommy and I crossed the Tamar River at Horsebridge, entering Cornwall in the process.  When strangers ask me now where are we going, I can no longer say Cornwall because we are already in Cornwall. 266 more words

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