Travelsonabike2 England Wednesday 31st-January-2024

Garry McGivern Travelsonabike2 is bicycle touring England on Wednesday, 31st-January-2024. Horam to Bognor Regis. 48 miles. Yay, a free night’s camp! I did look to see if I could find anybody this morning, but there was nobody about. Which was fine with me; I’ll take a free night any day. Or night.

I like to think that my free night was compensation for the last time I stayed at that campsite. I realised last night that I had stayed there after wandering around the site looking for someone to pay. It was a few years ago when I was on my way to a party in Crowborough. The site then was heaving, but they squeezed me in.

The trouble was that there were hundreds (slight exaggeration) of children running around that kept tripping over my guy ropes. It was also a very noisy site, with people partying into the early hours of the morning. I wasn’t happy. So I’ll take my free night. Thank you.

Brighton Pavillion

It was a shortish ride home, and once I’d reached Brighton, it was a flat ride. But there was a strong headwind. Which surprisingly, I didn’t find too bad. Headwinds don’t seem half as bad as hills, which is the opposite of what I used to say.

Now What

I’m home now for at least a couple of weeks. I’ve got hospital appointments for the rest of this week: one tomorrow and one on Friday. I’ve also got another hospital appointment towards the end of next week. Assuming all is well and I don’t get any more appointments come through, I hope to go away again afterwards. But I don’t know where. I

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