The Hill (Part 9)

The end of every summer is always a time of mixed feelings and having had to spend what seemed like an indecent amount of this one away from bikes the short days just around the corner feel as if they were left behind the last time even more recently than normal but the heather is in flower, it’s a long weekend, the holiday roads will soon be quiet again, and it’s so good to be back on the bike whilst there’s still at least some fine weather and daylight after work rides left in the year the cool breeze over the moor just smells all the more sweet.



  1. northernbike

    being on the moors any time of year lifts the soul for me but it is a joy to see the heather out, tinged though that may be with the regret at the passing of summer and all the things you felt you should have done but didn’t quite achieve

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