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4th August 2021
Mt. Biking: Felixstowe Circuit.
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Weather: sunny and warm
Max Speed: 17.70 (knots - unless stated otherwise)
Distance Covered: 14 miles (Nautical Miles - unless stated otherwise)

Wednesday 4th August bike **** Felixstowe circuit including lunch at Levington Marina sunny and warm.

Another sunny and warm day here on the East Coast at Felixstowe, the usual morning in the gardening and exercises before I pack lunch and we head over to Levington Marina to hopefully give James who works there a lovely little top Mag knitted for Indie:) Actually left home early at just past 11 biking past Felixstowe cemetery where the old Deben school playing field has turned into a wild flower field, as the school is now being demolished:( Carrying on past the massive Uniserve warehouse nearing completion, as the footpath/bike route passes in front of the main entrance which will be very busy with lorries soon and will be an accident blackspot so were pleased to see a new road layout with a roundabout and zebra crossing:) Though the avenue of trees with next to no one about but no deer either as we reach the River Orwell at Loompit lake which is sadly well covered in grotty weed! Around to Levington Marina where we bump into Jamie taking a yacht out of the water and he is well pleased with the little jumper:) Then around to the seat at the windsurf launch by the marina entrance for lunch with views down the River Orwell to Felixstowe docks where the now near empty Ever Given is berthed! Nice and warm as we enjoy our yummy roll with several waders flying past as the tide drops exposing the mud! Taking the inland route home, over the huge Trimley footbridge to Candlet Lane, through the woods at The Grove. Then the town centre to the seafront and home, another nice quiet cycle covering 14 miles being out for 3 hours.

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