Another mad week but it's always a good day in the saddle. Chilly feeling 11, less in the valleys, more when the sun came out. SW slight breeze, wet overnight so damp roads. High cloud with clear breaks of blue sky. It's 30 June and we still haven't hit 20.
A nice route around the back of the Beacon got the blood pumping nicely.
NWN breeze, chilly 11, rising to 13 in the sun if you really put the power down. In other words, still cold and it's 5 July. I appreciate our Euro friends are really suffering at the mo...I'm happy to take some of that heat over the channel please. Blue skies with high cloud, creating hazy spots, as shown here at Sancreed Beacon. I thought I'd take a quick stroll off the road to get a better shot of the bay and the surrounds.
Really great ride but did I mention it's not very warm?
Me grumbling about the chill is as bad as it gets here, so all good in the hood and I wouldn't swap it
This morning, milder, 13, 15 in the sun, chillier in the cloud. Slight NWN breeze. Within the immediate vicinity, very low thick cloud, but over the first set of hills, hazy golden sunshine, as demonstrated here between Madron and Morvah.
Look one way...
Look the other...
Didn't expect to see this a few miles up the road either. I thought I'd left this crap behind in the suburbs
15 apparently but with a stiff N breeze, make that 10-11, enough to put the jacket back on. Thick grey cloud.
Early calls this morning so a shorter route meant more hills to get the legs pumping. If you're ever visiting Lands End then you will have driven on the A30. National Cycle route #3 spurs off it now, taking you towards St Buryan which is a much nicer road