Silly question, I know. Only I can answer it. However, I'm looking for a little help in doing so. Basically, the question is, the challenge of LEJOG aside, is it an enjoyable ride? I would be travelling solo, trying to minimise cost and time off work, so we're talking camping + hostels, etc. Quite fit, middle of the road time-triallist, so not a slow rider (though I appreciate this is something quite different). And I'd ideally like to do it between 7-10 days, on the scenic route! Living in the far reaches of the north, I'm blessed to have the most amazing riding around me, and I spend much of my time around the North Pennines and the quieter roads of Northumberland, so I'm quite spoilt really. And that's what I like. Pedalling around in traffic does not interest me one bit, so certainly the A30 and A9 are out, without question! Anything even remotely close to that is out. I'm really looking for people with experience to give me some idea what to expect on the ride. The alternative would probably be a Scottish trip. Quite possibly western isles. Maybe something based on North Coast 500. And I think at least some of that is guaranteed to be pretty epic and right up my street. And the logistics are easier. However, LEJOG keeps calling: it feels somewhat obligatory to tick it off the list. But would I mostly be torturing myself with mundane roads and sights just so I can say I've done it. Or would I genuinely be missing out on an amazing experience if I didn't? I just have this vision that everything south of the border will just not be very interesting, and slightly uncomfortable with traffic.