The minimum I needed to do today was 16 mile to JOG and return so thought I’d become a tourist to fill in rest of day. It was a lie in until 7-15 for 7-30 breakfast and when I was offered a full scottish I said yes as I had minimal cycling to do. After a few cups of tea and chatting to a delightful old Canadian lady I set off heading for JOG, easyish 16 mile, I arrived at the end where there were some Danish motor cyclists taking photos of each other at the post. I offered to take their group photo and they took mine as I lifted my bike above my head (and nearly put my back out forgetting how much it weighed). They asked where I’d come from and I replied Cornwall they said “but you don’t have a motor”. Then I took a few snaps before heading to the Seaview hotel for a bite for lunch I headed off to have a look at the Castle of Mey (queen mothers house) and onward to Dunnet Head, the most northerly point on UK mainland for some snaps before heading back to Wick. I was shocked to hear a fellow lejogger (Darren) who I’d cycled with for a few days had been knocked off in a hit and run in Wick. Luckily he and the bike were ok and he also completed today – congratulations Darren Leen. A shower and off out to celebrate with a curry and a pint of Kingfisher
On a day off I still managed to clock up 58 miles.
Early night as I have a 6-20am train to catch.
I did 943 miles over 9 days and 1.5 hrs. Pedalling for a total of 77hrs and 6 mins of cycling with the longest daily distance of 114 miles and longest time in the saddle of 9hrs and 4 mins