A fantastic read, especially if you like the combination of riding a bike and travel to wild and wooly places. Lots of entertaining stories of travel on the open road and the people you meet as a consequence of traveling by cycling. A wonderful contrast to Mark Beaumont’s “The man who cycled the world” which is also a great page turning read. Both are books not to be missed.
The Bird’s categories
- With staff’s help work post posted.Turns out the picnic bears are England 🏴 supporters. Digby & Eccles stopped to have a quick chat with them.More practice for Eccles. He’s getting worryingly good at this.Fabulous lunch @muddybootscafe including trike parkingFound another post box topper. Bears eating biscuits!A certain elf relaxing in @thecoffeetrav with a mocha and GF chocolate salted caramel brownie. Apparently it’s his reward for looking after me when the nerve block was done earlier.
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