Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Bright, cold and a short cycle

Kilmaurs toll house

My outdoor thermometer showed 0degC this morning but it was bright and not too breezy, so gave Tom a ring and arranged to go for a short road cycle from Eglinton to Kilmaurs and dependent on the weather decide from there.
It was actually very nice on the way there but only because the wind was behind us.
After a coffee and cake break we started the second half of the run into the wind, we soon decided to get out of that rut ASAP, so headed back over to Eglinton away from the wind, again it was quite pleasant, so it was a nice, short and cold outing.
PM Anne and I went for a litle walk down Hunterston and onto Goldenberry, keeping out of the wind as best we could.

View the route here although today we cut it even shorter.

View a selection of Ayrshire pictures here.


Blogger Jinxx said...

That wind was a killer today, I was up at Greenan Castle and it cut right through all my winter clothing like it was not there, took me about an hour to warm up when I got back

5:08 PM  
Blogger Whee said...

You'd certainly be a bit exposed to the wind chill on the beach. It may have been nicer up the river Ayr in the shelter of the trees.

8:08 PM  

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