Cycling Canterbury-Dover-Land's End-John O'Groats-Canterbury in aid of the British Heart Foundation
Cycling day 17: Brean to Frampton-on-Severn
Posted On 2009-Jul-03
Pretty early on in today’s cycling I followed the Strawberry Line cycle route, which follows the path of a former railway. The railway used to run through to Cheddar, but I joined it further north at Winscombe.
In Easter’s training ride from Fishguard to Canterbury I followed National Cycle Route 4 through Bristol. Considering that the city houses Sustrans’s head office I was surprised at how badly signed it was. I lost quite a bit of time to figuring out which way to head. My original plan for this trip was to follow a route through Bristol, but in the light of Easter’s experience I adjusted the route to skirt around to the west of the city using country lanes. This I’m pleased to say is well signposted.w
I’m pleased to say that tonight’s accomodation has got WiFi Internet access. So I’ve been catching up on entering some of my mapping data. Unfortunately the Internet access in Princetown a few days ago wasn’t working. So I’m currently about 12 days behind in entering the data.