Bridging rides

Wowee, the TdF is on! It’s July already! A couple of trips away that I’m still to blog about (I blame those months of lawn bowls) but some rides in June were pleasant – as well as the winter weather – & so here’s some pics…

Some construction activity along the northern bank of Parramatta River at Rydalmere has been finished & there’s now some extra riverfront cyclepath that bypasses the industrial factories. Our ride in early June took us from Olympic Park to Parramatta on cyclepath all the way. Here we are, bridging Subiaco Creek…

Also in June was a bit of time spent staying on the Central Coast to check-out the whale migration to Queensland. No whales along the Tuggerah Lake foreshore but the replacement of the ramshackle big wooden footbridges was most appreciated, as were these park benches…

Another day when we set out for a ride from our campsite, the weather overcast but fine…

By the afternoon it definitely wasn’t going to stay dry. Just as the rain came down, we were passing the pub at The Entrance. Time to have lunch?

Whale-watching duties were performed every day, although it was so much easier when we had blue skies…


2 thoughts on “Bridging rides

  1. mark sydenham 12/07/2017 at 08:30 Reply

    Hi Ian, what caravan park is that you have parked the tardis. Naomi looks good in that new helmet. I’m going to Dungog again this year. Mark

    • Aussie on a Brompton 12/07/2017 at 13:43 Reply

      Hi Mark, we were at Toowoon Bay Holiday Park. (3 parks at a Toowoon Bay but we think the HP is more appealing, especially with the ensuite.) Hmmm, Dungog Pedalfest, that sounds good.

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