Cycling day 10: Newquay to Marazion

Carnon ViaductToday I followed NCR32 and NCR3, and then took a separate cross-country route over to Marazion. On the NCR3 stretch I took a brief diversion of a few miles to visit the Carnon Viaduct, which crosses a cycle route. The cross-country route later in the day took in plenty of as-yet unmapped roads. I’ve still got a large backlog of unentered data though — I’ve just started entering data from day 5.

St. Michael’s MountTonight’s stay is in Marazion, famous for being opposite St. Michael’s Mount, which you may recognise from being featured in one of the BBC1 idents a while back.

One Response to “Cycling day 10: Newquay to Marazion”

  1. On mapping back logs: to be honest I’m more often than not 1-2 weeks behind on entering the data, sometimes a whole month. But that’s because of work (and needing breaks from the computer I work on).

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