Posted by: brendaintheboro | February 10, 2013

Solo cycle

Yesterday was a lovely day, almost spring like , a completely different day to the snow of 2 weeks ago when I took this photo.

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This was one of the geese on the park lake.
Now yesterday was the complete opposite. Both DH and DS2 have some sort of virus so DH didn’t feel like a ride. DS1 said that he would come with me but we had only just got through the park when he developed a buckled wheel. He’s a big lad, very overweight so it does happen so he returned home to fix it.
Undeterred, I carried on down to the transporter bridge and along the river path which was busy with a lot of dog walkers. It is amazing how a little sun brings people outdoors. I met an old neighbour and had a chat before continung on to Stockton on Tees. Unfortunately, there are still a lot of roadworks so once over the bridge I headed back downstream on the north bank, calling in to the A..a supermarket for a few things. I was riding my Koga and was a little afaid to leave it . As I don’t trust the Bike Thieves, I used 3 locks to secure it while in the store. It was safe thank goodness.
I continued along the north bank until Newport bridge and then crossed to the opposite side. I was suprised to see this bush blossoming.

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I haven’t a clue what it is but was delighted to see a sign of spring. This is directly opposite the industrial cooling towers on the other side of the Tees.

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It was only a 17 mile ride but I had a lovely time.

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  1. Love the goose! Or duck?

  2. I always think of them as geese because they generally hiss when you
    pass by.


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