Garry McGivern’s Somerset bicycle tour, Sunday 18th-June-2017 Southebourne to Bognor Regis. 15 Miles. Last night’s campsite was a lot friendlier, and a woman from the caravan next to me even gave me some beer. Despite me saying that, I already had my own. I think she may have had one or two too many beers herself! Judging by the way she swayed from side to side. But she was pleasant enough. Although I was glad I wasn’t her husband, she looked a bit of a handful.
There’s not much to say about today. I came directly home, making it a very short ride today and was indoors by nine o’clock. Once home, I unpacked my bags and hung the tent up to dry. One of the joys of leaving early is the tent is always wet.
Once unpacked, I put Passepartout away until the next time and went to the local supermarket. I then went down to the pub for a few hours at lunchtime to catch up with the boys.
This afternoon/evening, I spent around my daughters for a Father’s Day barbeque. All in all a rather pleasant, relaxing day. I’m not so sure it’s that relaxing for anybody else, though!
At least Passepartout is now all serviced and ready to go away. Although I haven’t got any trips planned at the moment.
An enjoyable few days away, despite being a ride, I’ve done in the past. Total miles covered 311.
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