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London to Brighton - Spotted along the way

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Passing through a 'chocloate box' Sussex village  The (race to the) Finish...

London to Brighton Bike Ride 2

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The team at the end of 54 miles of fun!

London to Brighton 2010 Cycle

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The 'Zen will limit Karmas' team completed the London to Brighton Bike ride without mishap and took a paddle in the sea to cool off weary legs.  All donations are welcome and go to the British Heart Foundation.

Updated 6th August... we have raised over £3000before adding tax relief

Christmas 2010 and the river was rising fast!

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500mm of rain in 6 days had a dramatic efect on the Genal river. The 1st picture was on the 23rd Dec. and the 2nd on the 24th..




Idle Rocks webcam for St Mawes

ST Mawes has another live webcam which is well wrth a look http://92.244.185.32/view/index.shtml

Cycle ride to Brighton

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I shall be cycling the London to Brighton route on Sunday 20th June along with 25,999 others.

All donations are welcome through http://original.justgiving.com/zen_will_limit_karmas

There was some doubt in my mind, when I agreed to do this 10 weeks ago, whether I would manage to get fit enough to stay in touch with my 4 fit team members but with the aid of lycra, St Piran, a bike service and some regular practice rides round the Bedfordshire countryside I think it might just be possible! The real challenge will be to stay on the bike all the way to the top of Ditchling beacon! The odds seem to be heavily against us achieving this due to the sheer numbers of other cyclists..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cwv0Ts2y2U or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIB36JRWe70&NR=1

Long time away

Well it seems as if i have not been back to this blog for nearly 6 years and a lot has happened since then! I was just moving from wood to coalite for the central heating back then... during hte winter of 2008/9 the back boiler started leaking and finally gave up in April 09 after long service and abuse! Now joined the Gas Brigade and no longer have to empty ash on alternate days which is liberating :-).