Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Drago, 19 Mar 2017.
I see you got good Scottish weather
Mainly nice... Two storms, one of which I was wild camping through
Glad you enjoyed it..
I did the circular by Land Rover,
we had gone over to do Ben More,
but we did the glamping bit, glamping in its basic form, amazing what white PVC haps can do..
I had it pencilled in last year for the bike.
have promised Mr M a trip but it'll be B&B..
@PeteXXX Tobermory and Mull are fantastic places and i need to go again soon
One strange 'sign' on the island of Mull....
The gate's long-gone
Doncaster Road (A638), at its junction with - the side street; Dunbar Street
Opposite where Wakefield Theatre Club used to stand
1905 25" OS map states there was a Methodist Chapel there
Cruck-framed house (mid 1500s)
There's quite an eclectic mixture of eras up that section of WestGate (quite a lot of Georgian)
The mark, is to the left of the Carriage archway
The bridge carries the Leeds - Wakefield - Doncaster (- London) railway
Council Accounts (I think)
To the lower-right of the window, with the For Sale' sign
I haven't seen one of these in a long time!!
Near Ardgay, on Sustran Route1, the A836.
Just one BM photographed today, though I saw a few more, through the drizzle, but didn't stop..
The one I got was on a mile marker on the A836, between Altnaharra and Tongue, if anyone wants to track it down..
Once I get home, I'll sort through all the other stuff I've got and post a few more finds.
The last BM I spotted before John O'Groats was on Canisbay Church gatepost.
The first find on Orkney was a mile or so north of Burwick on a converted Chapel.
And, on Kirkwall Docks, an EU fishing logsheet postbox.
Larbert, Commercial Hotel Flush Bracket(it is one, honest)
Larbert, Old Church
Haggs, Cumbernauld Rd
nr Larbert, Gatepost
My first worthwhile post on this thread.
Mile marker along an old road which is now a bridle path near Alton, Staffs.
And here's to many more
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