At last - the freedom of the open road!
After a cold followed by a chest infection and all while with a fair bit of work to do has meant that I haven't been out on the bicycle for nearly four weeks. That's ridiculous (and not good) so when I woke up today on my day off and saw that there was going to be no rain and perhaps even some sunshine I made a sandwich, a flask of tea, unstabled the Pashley Guv'nor and set out into the fens. A wonderful autumn day it turned out to be. Here are a few photos.
|Going north out of Cambridge - the Cam on the left, Stourbridge Common on the right|
|Looking across Stourbridge Common|
|Crossing the road to Fen Ditton along the A1033|
|One of the entrances to the park at Bottisham Hall|
|The same entrance with me (looking well washed-out) and the Pashley Guv'nor|
|Looking south over White Fen on the Lodes Way|
|Looking north-west up Swaffham Bulbeck Lode|
|Pylons crossing White Fen|
|Sun on an oak tree on White Fen|