Many thanks for the comments regards out long ride last Saturday, my feet hurt a little for a couple days and felt pretty hungry and thirsty for an equal amount of time.
Neale struggled for a couple days with stiff shoulder muscles but has fully recovered.
Today I would take the roundabout route out through Drayton, Sutton Courtenay, Appleford on Thames and Long Wittenham all places already visited on my Quest, then through Cilfton Hampden.
Quaint semi-detached property in Clifton Hampden.
Looking back down Clifton Hampden High Street from the traffic lights towards the river.
This grand house in the tiny hamlet of Overy was built in 1712.
Back to Dorchester on Thames where the following were taken.
Entrance gateway to Dorchester Abbey and Museum, shame about the waste bins.
Abbey and museum, Dorchester.
Typical 18th Century coaching Inn, high gateway allowed the coaches to pass through to the accommodation, and stables located behind the main building.
There are great descriptions of these Inns in Charles Dickens Pickwick Papers.
Finally the last of my olden days photo’s, the weather was warm and sunny with light variable breezes.
For Dorchester it was back home for lunch.
Distance – 22 miles.
Journey – Solo.
Bike – Spa Audax.