That’s me now done 48,000.3 miles of cycling, since April 2003! Which is a hell of a long way! Should get that to over 50,000 miles before the end of the year!!
I will leave you, with some of my favourite cycling photos!
That’s me now done done 3,519,017 steps, since 6th October 2016! But still not got a new badge on the Garmin Connect website!
If I, have to hit 5 million steps, to get my next one, I will not best be pleased!
What a great idea! I am so up to going to a railway station, that I’ve never been to before! No idea, when I last went somewhere new by train!
I better keep the weekend of the 12/13 August free!
Yet another reason, why I love Freesat! People will the latest set-top-boxes can now use the new ‘Watch from Start’ feature in the TV guide. The ‘Watch from Start’ allows you to restart live programmes on all BBC channels without waiting for the programme to end.
Freesat is the first TV platform to include the feature within the TV guide, and customers will notice a small icon next to the programme name, which, when selected from the menu, will begin the programme from the start.
So just another reason, why Freesat, is better than $ky!
Pride in London was great fun! But just found London way, way to hot!
Pride in London was so much fun! So glad, I went for the second year in a row! I will of course, be going back again next year!!
More photos from this set can be found @ www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/days-out/
Edith Bowman introduces the best performances from the second night of the TRNSMT festival, live from Glasgow Green. Including Kasabian, Catfish and the Bottlemen, George Ezra and The Kooks.
TRNSMT (BBC 2 Scotland and BBC iPlayer only | 10:15pm to 12:30am | Sunday 9th July 2017)
Edith Bowman introduces the best performances from the final night of the TRNSMT festival, live from Glasgow Green. Including Biffy Clyro, The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club and Twin Atlantic.
The Yorkshire Dales and the Lakes (more4 | 9:00pm to 10:00pm | Tuesday 11th July 2017)
This new series, filmed over the course of one year, explores what it is like to live and work in England’s biggest expanse of protected countryside – in the national parks of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. In this episode, in the Dales, craft mason and mountain rescuer Pete Roe is called out to try and find a puppy that’s fallen down a 50-foot sinkhole near Wensleydale. In the Lakes, sheepdog trainer Katy Cropper – the first woman to win One Man and His Dog – has a tough challenge with maverick dog Connor. At Kilnsey Park, estate owner Jamie Roberts faces a race against time to be ready for The Kilnsey Show. And antique upholsterer Angela Butcher is called to Muncaster Castle for a special commission.
The Last Leg (Channel 4/HD | 10:00pm | 11:05pm | Friday 14th July 2017)
For the next two weeks, as well as examining the biggest and most entertaining stories of the week with their upbeat, honest, and award-winning brand of satirical comedy, Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe will bring viewers up to date on the highs and lows from the World Para Athletics Championships taking place live from London. The guys are joined by a live audience and big name guests from the worlds of comedy, entertainment and sport to help dissect the week’s events. In this show, Paralympic double gold medalist Liam Malone, plus many more Paralympic heroes, are live in the studio.
All TV guide information taken from DigiGuide — www.getdigiguide.tv/?p=1&r=15119.
Just one more sleep, till Pride in London! I can’t wait! If you see me, do say hello! 🙂