I join the canal at Chirk train station so there is only one tunnel heading towards Llangollen. I get off and push my bike through it as it's dark and the headroom varies. The aqueduct wouldn't be a problem if it wasn't for the tourists blocking the path. It's a case of getting off and weaving my way through them. The 100ft drop doesn't bother me, there's a railing on one side and 6ft of canal trough on the other.Including tunnels and the Big Tall Impronouncable Aqueduct?
I have to agree.Well laughing boy Whitty has already said that restrictions will be in place all through next winter, and Borislies can't even make his mind up how many of us will be fully vacinated by the end of October. Seemingly only politicians and the Police will have received both doses by then. The rest of us will still be in a very long queue.
At present rates it will take until 2023 for us all to get a first dose. 2 million a week? 2 million a year is more like it.
You can forget this year for anything.
Is a great castle, plenty of tunnels to explore.As soon as restrictions are gone and life has some semblance of normal I'm loading the bike cycling to Dover via NCN 1 (Or the bits of it that are rideable at least) camping overnight and spending a day wandering around Dover Castle.
I drove to Shrewsbury, parked the car in a side street and got the train to Aberystwyth and cycled back following sustrans routes, unfortunately I wasn't nearly fit enough at the time. It's a great ride.I'll so something like Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth and back camping. There's a track from the reservoirs near Rhayader which looks great. Also a rope bridge near Rhayader which I'd like to go over.
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