I know, I know, it’s not even remotely bike related but I just wanted to document the nice photos I took today up at the Aiguille du midi.
Up at 3842m altitude the air was thin and cold, I was mildly terrified in the cable-cars and the views were bloody lovely!
Howdy folks, Whilst in Aubenas for the arrival of El Squincho (Amelie) I did a fair bit of riding (albeit short-distance due to not wanting to be away from Nikki/Amelie for too long). I decided before we left home that what I needed to do was to explore a little and find a loop from
for two very good reasons i have combined the final 2 weeks of the Honey-Bob trip into one blog post: 1. the final week wasn’t so much to blog about and so will be fairly short (yeah, right!). 2. i’m sick of it ruling my life and sucking so much time and i want it
right then, moving on….. after leaving Urban and the dogs behind we headed WAAAAAY up North inside the Arctic Circle to stay at an organic farm/guest house. the place is called Aurora Retreat – check out their website here. it’s run my Mikael and Maya who cooked us some really amazing food which you know
ok…..where were we….? oh yeah – dog sledding. the plan was that we’d spend a week in the hills of Sweden driving our dog sleds from hut to hut (or Tipee – weather permitting) and learn some Winter Bushcraft skills along the way. but…..there was too much snow! i know – that’s what we thought
ok, let’s get this show on the road….. as you may or may not know – we went away for a little while! i think an itinerary is in order so that everyone can know what to expect as we progress through the goliath blogathon that is needed to cover our 5 week long honeymoon