Cycling day 18: Frampton-on-Severn to Stourport-on-Severn

I started out following National Cycle Route 41 to Gloucester. NCR45 soon shared the route as well. In Gloucester I left the cycle routes, but then became quite lost. I eventually found my way out and made the journey through Worcester and eventually to Stourport-on-Severn mainly on A- and B-roads.

There was a very slight rain first thing this morning, but the promised “proper” rain never materialised. So today turned out to be quite a hot day once again. Tomorrow’s forecast shows a reasonable chance of rain. I have a fair amount of climbing tomorrow, so I hope that it materialises.

I’ve got the luxury of a WiFi connection again this evening. So I’ve managed to catch up on the data entry backlog a bit more. There’s now about 10½ days of backlog, bearing in mind that I’ve also created another day of data today (but I think most, if not all, of today’s data is already mapped…luckily).

2 Comments on “Cycling day 18: Frampton-on-Severn to Stourport-on-Severn

  1. I thought about taking that, but ended up skipping it. I think my reasoning was that it was too indirect. I should be picking up some of the as-yet unmapped NCR45 today though. It’s fairly indirect too, but it looks like the unmapped aspect swayed me.

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