Best use of a day off

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Anthony Duffield
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Best use of a day off

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Making use of perfect biking weather I skived off work and did my most favourite ride over the Spittal of Glenshee, it is truly exceptional even more so when the weather is so good, my route was from just North of Aberdeen, Braemar, Spittal of Glenshee, Montrose, Cain o Mount, and home approx. 180 Miles.

The forecast for the rest of September is not good so fingers crossed there will be opportunities for more runs before December.

Happy days
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Looks well good,ride safe,J.B.
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Another bit of Glenshee, 2011

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Just a bike-less old fogey now. Boo-hoo!
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Re: Best use of a day off

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I hate when all that horrid scenery gets in the way of a picture of a nice bike or two....
Various rubbish in various states of decay.....
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