Monthly Archives: July 2018

Day 3 Kintbury to Marlborough Via Great Bedwyn

Today the sun was up early again and was full blast. We had a plan to get to Marlborough but as its about 7 miles north of the canal it would involve a bus ride. (It’s interesting to note that the … Continue reading

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Day 2 Midgham to Kintbury

Day 2 started with the Sun already high in the sky. It looks like another sun-feast yesterday was in the high 20°C and today was looking the same. Let’s hope that there will be plenty of shade along the towpath. … Continue reading

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Day 1 Reading to Midgham

The day started well but we were running late and needed to walk the 3km to the train station in record time just to get the train to Reading and the start of the walk. Fortunately Norma “our next door neighbour” … Continue reading

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Walking the Kennet and Avon Canal

Last year we visited the famous, Caen Hill locks, Bettie and I hatched a plan for a holiday. We were visiting Bath and stopped at the at Caen Hill locks on the way home. Friends of ours “Brendan & Gwen” had … Continue reading

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Milano Sanremo

I have slowly been picking off the Monument Classics races. First off was Paris Roubioux, followed by the Round Van Flanders onto Liege Bastogne Liege. I can now tick off Milano Sanremo. This is the longest of the Monuments at … Continue reading

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