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Monday, September 26, 2016

Millennium Cycle Route


The section we cycled was from Swansea Bay to Pembrey Park and back.

Crossing the Lougher river




The first part here is the Burry estuary but then it opens out and you get fabulous empty beaches.




Pembrey park has a dry ski slope and toboggan run


Swansea council have planted wildflowers everywhere, they are on the central reservations of the roads enter the city and here alongside the trail.  I wish more local authorities did this.


Its well worth doing this ride especially on a sunny day, its flat and mostly on trails.

17 comments:

  1. Looks like a great experience! Thanks for the photos ♥

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  2. Nice of them to put the signpost in the cycle path.
    Lovely trip by the sea, looks a good day out.

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  3. You continue to amaze me with your bike travels. You are an inspiration!!!

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  4. That looked like the perfect weather to ride in, and right by the water even better!!

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  5. Gorgeous scenery and looks like a good bike path. Probably still to far for me. ;-D

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  6. Gorgeous scenery and looks like a good bike path. Probably still to far for me. ;-D

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  7. Thanks all, Following this ride I developed cellulitis in my legs probably from the dirt splashed up from the trail. I have'nt had it for a while but this time it laid me low. Thankfully it responds to antibiotics so beginning to get over it.

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  8. Dry Ski Slop? How does one use a Dry Ski Slop without snow?

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    1. The textured surface lets the ski's slide over it. Its mainly for learners as you dont go as fast as if you were on real snow. I've never been skiing so I've never tried it out.

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  9. So sorry to hear about the cellulitis. I believe our President Nixon suffered from that. Check out today's travels, we're in Idaho which is an amazing state. The US is an astoundingly non-homogenous environment.

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  10. That sure beats London streets

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  12. looks like this be a great area for Bird watching in compare to where I am at for the moment for all I can see is People Pool Watching...h ha ha ha

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Thanks for your comments. Whenever possible I will always reply. Dave