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Monthly Archives: July 2011
The day started simple enough as I left Tarporley. As it turns out though, after a few miles I realized that I had made a wrong turn and was following the wrong road. Instead of continuing down the A49 I … Continue reading
The Birchwood Park offices of the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) are working on the new Universal Credit systems, which are a re-working of the benefits systems of the UK. The project is also the biggest project that the … Continue reading
I visited the Trader Media offices in Newton-le-Willows on July 26th. I spent almost the entire day with them and had a great time. Arrival The Newton-le-Willows campus takes up three buildings on the outskirts of the town. One houses … Continue reading
The day took me through some of the most built up areas of England, but st the same time I got to see some very historically significant towns at the same time. The first very historical city was Lancaster of … Continue reading
Today I passed from Scotland into England. It happened in the first few miles of the ride. I saw another rider at the sign for “Welcome to Scotland,” while I was taking my picture at the “Welcome to England” sign. … Continue reading
The ride out of Ayr left the coast and cut across land. The road headed toward Dumfries and now that I am out of the Highlands I had a few miles of just moderate climbing and lots of nice downhill … Continue reading