WOW! Where has the time gone? Three years ago today, 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!!
That’s me now done 55,000 miles of cycling, since April 2003. Which works out, doing an average of 3,235 miles each year! Of course, some years done well less than that. Others way more! The most in single year, was back in 2013, when I did 6,118.4 miles!
Look back to last week, when Nick got to use the Glasgow Subway for the very first time!
Still can’t believe, how many people, don’t know Glasgow has a underground. Which happens to be the third-oldest underground metro system in the world after the London Underground and the Budapest Metro.
Nick had us remaking some of the scenes from Trainspotting. Which I must add, I’ve never seen in my life! But did have great fun doing them! If you ever, make it to Corrour railway station. You, will of course, have to do the same!! 🙂
So much that Nick and myself really wanted to do today! But the weather had other ideas… But at least we did get to watch God’s Own Country and sort of more of the stuff we’re hoping to do in Scotland. So come on weather, PLEASE, PLEASE play nice! 🙂