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Second skinsuit cycle of 2020

Yet another very warm day for the start of April. So I had to make the most of it again and go out cycling wearing my Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit for the second time this year!

You can check out today’s mini cycle route at www.strava.com/activities/3279803974

Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit
Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit
Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit

Many more photos of myself wearing the Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit, can be found at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/cycling/gear/castelli-body-paint-3.3-speed-suit/

North Berwick, I will be back!

Funny at first, I only wanted to go to North Berwick, to tick off another railway station! So, I did not really know much about the same at all! But it turns, out I had been once again. When I was about 2 or 3! My Mum and Dad, had great fun showing me the photos! I was like, are you sure that is me?!?!?

Next time, I go to North Berwick. I just need to make sure, he’s during the summer. It was very cold, when Neil I and myself went! Also not helped by the fact, I am still trying to get over the cold/flu bug thing!

We also walked up North Berwick Law, which at only 187 metres may not sound much. But since you are starting from sea level, you do feel the walk to the top! Also not helped by the fact, it was very, very windy!

More photos can be found over at www.gordon-valentine.com/zenphoto/days-out/29-12-2018/

Climbed up Ben Lomond!

Today I had great fun walking up Ben Lomond, which has an elevation of 974 metres (3,196 ft). This is the second time, I climbed it, the first time was back in August 2002. Back then it sunny day, so could see more miles from the top! This time, I was above the clouds. Which made it feel like, I was on a plane looking out one of the windows.

Here are some photos from an amazing day! And big thanks to my friend Neil for doing the walk with me!

And here are some photos from when I did it back in August 2002!

Top of Ben Lomond
Top of Ben Lomond

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