Cycle Touring England Sunday 29th-May-2016

Garry McGivern is cycle touring in England on Sunday 29th-May-2016. Horam to Crowborough. 16 miles. Ha ha! Talk about not proofreading things, it’s a seventieth birthday party I’ve come to not a seventh as I said yesterday!

Horam railway station
Horam railway station

I didn’t rush to get up this morning as knew I didn’t have far to go. And then, when I did get up, I was just milling around the campsite. That was until all the children started to get up and were running around the tent again. I soon packed up and left then! I cycled down the road into Horam and went and had a nice fry-up at the cafe there which was full of bikers.

After breakfast, I had a really pleasant ride following the Cuckoo Trail, which is part of Avenue Verte, the London to Paris cycle route. Everybody was so friendly saying good morning even a couple of the lycra brigade managed a hello, although I did speak first! After spending the afternoon at this party I decided to stay at the campsite in Crowborough and head home tomorrow. Photos; along the Cuckoo trail, which is a disused railway line.

Disused railway line
Disused railway line

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