Search Results

ActivityActivity dateActivity description
Motorway bridge and back 2017-12-21 A slow puncture put paid to the ride into Exeter. Got back without having to change the tyre but it did need pumping up a couple of times.
First paddle of 2015 2015-06-07 Up the Exe stuary to Topsham and under the motorway bridge.
Swing bridges and back again 2012-08-12 To the swing bridges and back
Dogmarsh Bridge Fingle Bridge 2015-10-19 Along the Teign Valley as the trees start to change colour for the autumn. We've done this walk a few times before but it was unusual this time due to the "art in the woods" (see the photos) and Castle Drogo being completely covered in scaffolding and tarpaulins.
Dogmarsh Bridge to Fingle Bridge 2015-03-28 With Liz and Julian from Dogmarsh Bridge to Fingle Bridge. Wedding at pub at Fingle Bridge meant no river side drinkies. Wedding ring finger got bitten by something again - finger badly swollen but not anywhere near as painful as last time (but only just got the wedding ring off before the swelling was too great).
Start of Lizs bike training 2012-07-08 Along the estuary and canal to the swing bridges and back. The start of Lizs cycle training apparently
Dogmarsh Bridge to Fingle Bridge 2013-01-13 Along the Teign Valley below Castle Drogo. First sun in weeks but it doesnt get high enough to reach the floor of the gorge. Scooby celebrated by going AWOL for 5 minutes.
New Powderham bridge 2014-09-28 After seven years of talking, planning and objections the bridge for the final section of the Exe Estuary cycle trail at Powderham finally went in. Of course, we weren't cycling on the way to the Turf Locks
Swing Bridge and Powderham Castle 2012-02-23 Along the estuary and canal to the Swing Bridge and back again with a detour to Powderham Castle for supplies
Flushing and Mylor 2014-09-18 A round trip from Mylor Bridge to Flushing and then back via Mylor Harbour. Very nice lunch at the cafe at Mylor harbour.
Breakfast at Mylor 2015-09-13 Walk with wife and hound to Mylor for some breakfast. Then along to watch the kids from Restronguet Sailing Club playing "how many times can you capsize a Mirror" in the F5ish winds
Back to top