Lee Valley : From Source to Thames

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  • Yissssss

  • looking at a lee in autumn ( oct time )to take full advantage of the autumnal colours
    nice sunny crisp autumnal day with the wonder of colour provided by mother nature herself

    keep 'em peeled

  • For future reference, what time did you get back to London yesterday?

  • 5:10 at Chingford, but we were slow because no rush and a few bits of sightseeing.

  • Sounds delightful.

    I will try harder to sort childcare for the next one.

  • October would be ace, so much variation in tree cover that the different colours of the falling leaves will be delightful.

  • If you aim for half term week I'll buy you some sweets...

  • You’ll need to help the unburdened by telling us when that is.

  • 2yrs, can't believe we didn't do this last year at all
    damn this lock down
    these are the prefect spring days for seeing this ride, trees coming to life, spring blossom

  • God it would be wonderful.

  • Was gonna nag you last year but then it just got away from me.

  • Really enjoyable ride.
    Can't remember when we joined you but it must have been years ago.

    Big tires only.

  • Keep thinking about doing this again soon.

    Anyone happen to have any data of the route?
    Pretty sure I can/would remember it, though there is a chance I could do what dicki once did to me and do a great big loop around WGC before remembering the correct turn off.

  • I’d be up for this!

  • The chips weren't so great today.
    Perfect day for it even if I did get lost a few times and get covered in sealant

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Lee Valley : From Source to Thames

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