Enotrac LeJoG Day Eleven

The sun was shining, only a little rain and a nice cool breeze. Our prayers had been answered. We were surrounded by beautiful panoramic vistas. This was cycling at its best – in fact there has been nothing to complain about that is until Roma, always sharp-witted, felt compelled to complain that there was nothing to complain about !

Enjoying the sunshine, we seized an opportunity to visit the Salmon Ladder at Pitlochry and then progressed on route to Dalwhinnie. Just when you think everything is going well, we nearly lost Zhan who came within an inch of being hit by a car and then Guillaume caught our second puncture 15 mins out from our night stop in Kingussie. The knock on effect was rushing again on arrival, this time to meet with Hazel – a victim of Parkinson’s who has been following our Challenge on a daily basis. Thanks Hazel, your poem was inspirational and dear to us. So glad you shared this. Then into the shower and out again to quickly order dinner before the kitchen closes. Another day zones to a close. We have only 3 days of our Challenge remaining…

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