Went out on the mountain bike this morning, up into the hills. Lovely light. Got to say, exercise seems to be one of the best ways to work off the morning’s cortisol, anxiety and stomach butterflies.
Another walk today, on the chalk hills in Dorset. Managed to dodge the showers. Just over 7k.
Day off today, so we got up early and hoofed it off to Exmoor. Arrived in the fog, cooked up pancakes and then went for a walk in the belated sunshine. Paddled in a stream, cooked up lunch, sat around enjoying the warmth and then wandered home. Feel better for that.
A bike ride up on the hills with my son and a friend. Somehow managed to time it to coincide with a spell of heavy rain. So warm though and little wind, it didn’t matter. Nice to try out the bike upgrades.
Took the day off on Monday for a family birthday. Went for a walk in a Wiltshire nature reserve we discovered last year. So very peaceful. Much needed.
Beautiful mackerel sky this morning.
And carrying on with the Wiltshire landscape theme of yesterday’s post, here’s something of a significant discovery made public today…Vast neolithic circle of deep shafts found near Stonehenge | Science | The Guardian