Oh I agree, fresh air, a handsome companion and beautiful scenery- can't be beat!
Got it in one Kath! xx
So nice. Outside in the sunshine and a great view !It looks fairly flat so the would be a big help for me.cheers, parsnip
It is quite hilly round here AP - but that route is relatively good. A slow, steady uphill journey to the Beacon - then downhill all the way home. Took us 90 minutes there, 30 minutes back home.
You look far too pretty and dressed up to be bicycling!Jane x
Comfort clothes Jane! Oh and a bright jacket! lol!
Fab scenery! Definately the way to do it.Sarah x
Best time of the year on the Moors Sarah. x
I don't like the gym either, but cycling hurts me! (You know, sitting on a saddle for ages!) :)You have lovely scenery - great on a sunny day.
Yes - my bottom is a tad sore! lol!
Who needs the gym when you have the perfect exercise of a bike and lovely countryside all around you!Maggie XNuts in May
Exactly Maggie! xxx A lovely time of the year on the Moors.
I cannot believe I am seeing this - you two on push bikes!
Exactly Pat! Don't think for a minute we'll be coming to see you on them though! No fear - motorbike for that!
Hello mrs nesbitt, thank you for the lovely comment you left on my blog.Nice to meet you too! I think you are so lucky to be living where you do. The east coast in particular Whitby/Runswick bay area especially. I cant wait for our visit.
I always loved spending time walking the moors - the heather looks lovely. What a great way to spend a day - must pump up my tyres and get the bike out.
and I would avoid the gym if I had that on my doorstep!The gym is for very rainy days!
Just look at that sky!! It looks similar to what we have here RIGHT NOW. If only it would stay that way for the next few weeks at least so we can get on harvesting!!
Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.