Monthly Archives: March 2016

A good Friday

It was more than a good Friday it was a fantastic Friday – Shere pleasure! In between the rain and wind and sleet we had a day of glorious sunshine. Building on recent trips  I chose to do some more … Continue reading

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Singletrackmindedness

Saturday arrived with a chill North Easterly wind. This gave me a good excuse to head to the Surrey Hills again to hide from the wind  and continue to practice riding  the singletracks I have become rather partial to over the winter. This … Continue reading

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Back on the South Downs

For the last few weeks I have had a spell of Singletrackmindedness – repeatedly exploring the myriad of paths in the Surrey Hills, sometimes as a guide (Al, Mart and Patrick at different times) and sometimes solo and tagging along. … Continue reading

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Time for reflection

I stumbled upon this  memorial on the banks of the Danube yesterday. Breathtaking in its sadness – a reminder of the madness of “leaders” and blindly following , which, alas continues to this day and unfortunatley it looks as though it will … Continue reading

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