The Story So Far

The Story So Far

Week 17

 

Monday 15th June 2020

I’ve seen lots of great images of thanks to our NHS on my travels…over the last couple of days, for example, a rainbow totem pole in someone’s garden and a NHS Supercar!

Totem pole
 
NHS Car
 
The early morning mist, however, just seemed to be thicker as the week progressed.

This is the view across the River Humber in thick fog….no sign of Lincolnshire!
Mist Across River
 

Tuesday 16th June 2020

Last time I visited St Andrew’s Church just outside the village of Paull it was bathed in the beautiful rays of sun rise….Today there was that mystic feel about the area shrouded in the thick morning mist.
Church
 
Graveyard
 

Wednesday 17th June 2020

Another long journey before school…at 4.45am I ventured out towards Keyingham Marsh…then onto the Humber Bridge area.
Marsh Lane
 
Surrounded by grey, grey and more grey!!!
Everywhere just grey, damp mist….I revisited this spot on a bridge somewhere near Keyingham Marsh later in the week on Friday – when it was then bathed in sunshine (See Friday 19th)
Road BridgeThen onto the Humber Bridge….

A disappearing bridge….half lost in the fog!
Humber Bridge in MistBut some cool art work situated under the bridge. The bear in the picture wouldn’t be able to see much through the early morning mist – even if he was using binoculars!
Bear and Seagulls
 

Thursday 18th June 2020

4.20 am start…murky but not misty….came across a green river!

Rive Algle
 
As well as a garden with crazy tree decorations ( they are bouys from the nearby Stone Creek)
crazy tree decorations
 

Friday 19th June 2020

Return to Keyingham Marsh area ….this time, early morning sunshine. This photo is from exactly the same place as that in Wednesday’s photo ( See Wednesday 17th)…what a difference a couple of days make….From murky to marvellous!
Suuny River
 
Beautiful English countryside meadows now showing their lovely scenery without being hidden by mist.
Sunny Field
 

Saturday 20th June 2020

Very long journey…early start to revisit Patrington and then on to Patrington Haven for the first time.
Patrington Haven Sign
 
The Wolf PackI also reach both sides of the world!……..In one journey we reached out to the East and West of our world. My bicycle’s front and rear wheels are literally in different parts of the world!!
Greenwich SignAs I approached Patrington Haven, I came across this quaint medieval mill…more history hidden away in our beautiful countryside.
Windmill
 

Sunday 21st June 2020

Officially the longest day of the year.

What a week! Mist, thick fog, wonderful warm sunshine, pouring rain.
class=”im”>Wherever we go our ‘Gifts of Love’ travel with us.
Medal Front
 
Medal Back CropSunday morning I started Father’s Day with a quick 8 mile sprint in the rain. Refreshing!!
Every journey is different, every journey brings its rewards of something interesting , enlightening….and on many days – challenging!!
Early Morning Road with Bike
 
Early Morning Road132 miles this week….bringing the total now to 2,332 miles. After today (21st June- the longest day) our days start to become shorter. My early morning starts may mean a return to the dark early starts as I always aim to be at school  for my daily duties…all in a day’s work!

My target of 2,500 miles ( double the original target) is growing closer and closer

 

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