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ronyrash

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« on: 14:17:57, 01/09/20 »
At last im on my way to Manchester cycling/ busing from Edinburgh.After a few attemps which i had to abandon due to he weather and very hilly terrain.oots
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Re: cycling
« Reply #1 on: 11:52:22, 02/09/20 »
im still in Carlisle.in the library[open alternate days mornings and afternoons.Edinburghs libraries are not open at all.]I will not cycle south thru the lake district, very pretty and also very hard cycling.It seems to be flatter along the coast,so il be heading off for Workington.Taken at a liesurly pace everything developes a facination.Dont know when ill get to Manchester.When i get their i intend
to post a "Tryst"  meeting place and time oot
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celeste

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Re: cycling
« Reply #2 on: 12:11:17, 02/09/20 »
Don't overdo it
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Re: cycling
« Reply #3 on: 12:53:20, 04/09/20 »
It was wishfull thinking. i could avoid the hills by getting to the coast road to avoid the lake district.The A 595 out of Carlise was horrendus with heavy traffic.I got off it and took the A 6 to Penrif,where i am now.Weather i mke it to Manchester remains to be seen.
the British roads are an absolute disgrace
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« Reply #4 on: 13:01:45, 04/09/20 »
Don't know about the roads, you should see some of the pavements!


Hope we don't have to send a search party out for you - why avoid the Lake District?
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ronyrash

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« Reply #5 on: 15:37:03, 08/09/20 »
The lakes are magnificent but very,very hilly.anyway im back in Edinburgh.ill try again next year.ttfn R R
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