Separate Journeys

Today’s flower is feverfew In the absence of Dropscone, my pedalling partner, on domestic duties, I changed my normal morning route and went over Callister Hill, past Gair Schoolhouse and down to Gretna before returning via Glenzier, a round trip of 34 miles. In marked contrast to yesterday’s ride, the wind managed to be againstContinue reading “Separate Journeys”

Tootling and Pedalling – a perfect day

Today’s flower is a waterlily The weather was perfect for a morning pedal, with an almost complete absence of wind and a very comfortable temperature so I completed my morning ride very satisfactorily. I have managed the ride every morning this week which is not at all usual as either the weather or business intervenesContinue reading “Tootling and Pedalling – a perfect day”