The music on the steel drums weren’t for me.
T’was apple harvest fair in Cranbrook, Kent.
As I rode past on the last leg of my long – just over 17,000 km from London to the Danube Delta and return.
By the time I reached the Fortified Farm Retreat in Deux-Sevres the weather had started to turn cool and damp
Rain and strong winds on the French coast made Calais and the Tunnel the best option for a Chanel Crossing.
Running north past the magnificent cathedrals
Im particular the Notre Dame in Amiens
To the Eurotunnel train and rendezvous with other riders returning from their summer winter tour
Back in London it wasn’t just the weather that was changing
So was the political climate and the response to climate change
Even the lawyers rebelled for the climate
I have avoided politically related statements in my blog but as I write large tracks of beautiful rare temperate rain forests in New South Wales, Australia are being destroyed in unprecedented bush fires. This is climate change and it can no longer be ignored.