Saturday, 17 March 2007

DAY 17: Radstock to Bath

Today: 15.0 miles
Total so far: 270 miles
Percentage Completed: 16.2%


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So much a better day today compared to yesterday, and all down to easier mileage. Finished the day at my daughters flat in central Bath just after 4:30 so had tea and hot buttered crumpets.

Coming over Combe Down and the views of Bath open up to magnificent effect and it was down hill all the way.

It feels lovely here and a day off will be just the tonic to ready myself for two weeks of Offa's Dyke.

I have enjoyed the Mendips for the last day or so; there is an intimate feel to the relationship between man and countryside - the buildings seem to complement the landscape. It is a place where man and nature seems to be in balance.


  1. What time are you due in the bright lights of Alveston Alan?Don't want to come home from work to find a sad chap in lycra all alone on the doorstep...what would the neighbours say? What foot related treatments do you require, I could bring you a footspa home from work!All the best for the walk from are nearly to Wales, the land of our Fathers!
    Bye for now and see you soon!Helenx

  2. Alan..
    Man and countryside in harmony..
    Where do you fit in?

    Your little brother

  3. Hi Alan. Have seen large parts of the blog now. Looking forward to more, Love your big sister. xxxxxxxxxxxxx


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