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I am delighted to have just introduced Junior to Thunderbirds. Whilst originally made in the 60’s it was still being shown in my childhood some 10-15 years later. Showing superlative taste he loved it, which meant I got to relive … Continue reading
Mrs W was due to work this weekend, so Junior and I headed away for a weekend in York aided by our VW camper-van. I was really pleased with this photo which was taken just after we had woken on … Continue reading
A half term treat, going to Manchester on the train to catch a tram (and an incidental visit to the Museum of Science and Industry).
For Junior’s fourth birthday we spent a day at Diggerland in Yorkshire with his best friend. We all enjoyed the day and the digger themed cake we’d made in advance…
The story continues … Day 3 – Stalling Busk to Keld (16 miles) A very pleasant day under blue skies, but little outstanding to make reference to. Initially the route took us down to Semer Water and it’s outflow, the … Continue reading
Preparation for our family cycle tour across France on the Canal des Deux Mers route is now in full swing with the arrival of Junior’s new accessory. He can now contribute to progress with his own set of pedals. He … Continue reading
Mrs W is out at a Christmas party and Junior is now fast asleep, so I have some time to start looking into the proposed cycle tour for 2017. The brief I set myself was to find a route which … Continue reading
Many people reserve their blog postings for epic tales of ‘daring do’ involving vertiginous climbs and wild camping in the wilderness. However with a 2 ½ year old in tow an amble in the Yorkshire Dales seems just as note-worthy. … Continue reading
A boys afternoon out climbing Pendle from the East side, traversing the length and then dropping down into Barley for a beer whilst we waited for our lift home with Mrs W. Junior also loved sitting on the trig point, carrying … Continue reading
Recent investment in new infrastructure.