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Only four stalwarts joined Stuart to ride the Chiltern Hills amid seas of bluebells. Leaving Uxbridge westwards we were caught up in an exciting police car chase, exactly like the movies – the avenue through the golf club is always so scenic, peaceful and car free - Denham Village is from a picture book, how many people round the world would give a fortune to have it as close to hand as it is to us – the bluebells started as we toiled up Rectory Lane, arriving at the Epilepsy Centre for a coffee and chat to Dave Peckham – here Terry left us, was it for chores at home or an assignation with one of his many female associates ? Now the hills started in earnest and we battled hard to Latimer where two South African flags were unveiled in honour of the horse of General Villebois-Mareuil; in June we shall seek his statue in Nantes on our Loire Randonee. On through wonderful rolling lanes with views of the Chiltern slopes and woods and acres of bluebells and geodesic domes – Ley Hill with its two pubs side by side and a long swooping run down into Chesham. We walked through the many market stalls nearly losing Angela to some sharp bartering – a group decision was taken to eat at the Red Lion since the clouds were threatening – pints of IPA at £1.50 proved this was a good decision – over lunch we solved the Mayoral Election, EU Question, Obama intervention and Hillsborough disaster, if only we had stayed for pudding we might have resolved Syria but the sleety rain had ceased and so we set forth to tackle the infamous Fullers Hill – no-one walked it – again huge views at the top – through Chesham Bois with its wonderful houses ( thank heavens I don’t own one ..... the maintenance !) – the Amersham streets seemed smoother until we reached the awfully lumpy pavement to Little Chalfont – a long long downhill run to the greasy spoon at Maple Cross – here Colin Stewart continued home while the Treasurer and Stuart drank tea and read the Daily Star – well we turned the pages looking for something readable – the climb into Harefield was but a molehill to our battle-hardened legs and so home .............. an excellent day in excellent company
|Created:||Apr 27, '16, 11:11AM|
|Starts in:||London, England, GB|
|Selected distance:||30.1 mi|
|Elevation:||+ 895 / - 888 ft|
|Estimated Time||Learn more|
Best format for turn-by-turn directions on modern Garmin Edge Devices
Best format for turn by turn directions on Edge 500, 510. Will provide true turn by turn navigation on Edge 800, 810, 1000, Touring including custom cue entries. Great for training when we release those features. Not currently optimal for Virtual Partner.
Useful for any GPS unit. Contains no cuesheet entries, only track information (breadcrumb trail). Will provide turn by turn directions (true navigation) on the Edge 705/800/810/1000/Touring, but will not have any custom cues. Works great for Mio Cyclo. Find GPS specific help in our help system.
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