Today I decided to have a bit of an active day and go out on a bike ride to Saltaire. I headed into Leeds city centre where the Leeds-Liverpool canal begins and followed the tow path towards Saltaire.
The only thing that gets me through the wet and cold weather at this time of year is making plans for the summer! Croatia is booked and hopefully there will be a few more trips in between now and then.
Another post here from my friend Simon :)
I am sitting on a giant inflatable slide in the middle of a lake somewhere in the mountains of Ontario. It is sometime past midnight and I appear to be naked.
Here we have a post from my friend Simon - hopefully there will be more to follow. Enjoy!
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