Well, you know how it is. Life is busy enough without blogging every five seconds of it. However, the training is going ahead, and pretty much to plan. A very short ride tonight - only 9 miles - but enough short hill sections to stress the old legs a bit, and also to confirm that they really are getting better - I can cover far more distance in a lot less time than before, and keep the bike in much higher gear on the uphill bits. Things are looking good!
Then there is another issue - entirely unrelated. What do you do if you have wi-fi cold spots all over your house? The answer is to use that old wi-fi router that you got with your last supplier and is now gathering dust in the attic... get it out, and turn it into a second wireless access point! Here's the way to do it:
We're doing it again! This time we are biking from Petra in Jordan up to Nazareth in Israel, to raise money for the Nazareth Hospital CT Scanner appeal. Last year we raised over £50,000 for the Children's Unit! Nazareth is the largest Arab town in Israel; the people are lovely, and the kids are awesome. Nazareth also treats kids in the West Bank of Palestine who have very limited access to healthcare. They need your help! Go to my sponsorship page to find out more and see what you can do! Maybe even join us..?