Below are the top three most looked at photos on this website so far during October 2018.
That was yet another great cycle with Nick, this time we did 50.37 miles (or 51.28 miles), if you go by his Strava. Nick uses it on his phone, so it also records while he walks around! Where has, I use a Garmin GPS on my bike.
Still can’t believe that we did 90.89 over two days! Making it the most miles, I’ve done in two days, in a long time! It also makes it the most miles, Nick’s ever done in two days!
We’re both ready planning out next lot of cycles together, but they will have to wail till next year… Hoping to aim for 60+ miles in a single cycle! Who knows maybe even 100+ miles!! We will just have to wait and see, what happens!!
You can check out the route at www.strava.com/activities/1869424724.
The full set of these photos can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/days-out/27-09-2018/
Well that was a truly amazing cycle! Even better, I did it with Nick! The route took us from my village by to Grantham Canal, then along Network Cycle Network, route 15, out to Bottesford. Then we cycled back via Belvoir Castle. The route was 40.52 miles!
You can check out the route at www.strava.com/activities/1867126715.
The full set of these photos can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/days-out/26-09-2018/
Nick and myself having great fun at Old Hunstanton, both in wetsuits of course.
That was a great cycle with Nick! We ended up doing 42.71 miles, which was great, since our goal had only been 30 miles! It’s even better, since it’s the second longest cycle, that he’s ever done! Well done Nick!
You can check out the route we took over at www.strava.com/activities/1792535139
Well, that was, so much fun! Nick and myself headed off to Old Hunstanton for the day! Which could, mean only one thing!! We both had to wear wetsuits…
Hope you enjoy these photos! Please do comment on them!!
The full set of these photos can be seen at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/days-out/22-08-2018/
It was a year ago today that Nick and myself climbed Ben Nevis, which is of course, the highest mountain in the British Isles! Standing at 1,345 metres above sea level!! Still can’t believe that we both did it!!
Here are some photos + vlog, from a truly amazing day!
More photos from this set can be found @ www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/uk-named-summits/ben-nevis-17-07-2017/.