Andrew Mobbs (mobbsy) wrote,
Andrew Mobbs

Very nice cycle up to the Anchor Inn yesterday, with a good lunch (smoked haddock on pease pudding with a very creamy mustard sauce; followed by a "thai fruit soup", various exotic fruits in a light syrup with a really interesting slight hint of chilli). The bridle path sections were at times more suited to horses than bikes.

It was good to get a better view of the Hundred Foot Washes than the brief glimpse from a train window. There's something primal about wetlands that I find deeply impressive, I can understand the bronze age people who made offerings at liminal places.

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