Monthly Archives: September 2013

Surf and Seals

A week ago, on a very sunny Marloes beach in Pembrokeshire, I was surfing in small but enjoyable surf. A seal gave me a good stare from about 10 yards away and then, having worked out that I was just … Continue reading

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Tan Hill on a Bank Holiday

With the Tour de France due to visit North Yorkshire in less than a year, it was a good time to do some of the classic climbs of that area. Buttertubs, Coverdale, that ruddy great hill between Hawes and Kettlewell, … Continue reading

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