Last week saw me complete 3 there-and-back work commutes and an epic audax adventure. The audax was the Rural South 300. This audax was in the South, rural and 300 (and 4) k's long! To top that, this was my 100th completed audax to date. I thought a 100k audax would be nice to mark my 100th audax, but, oh no, I had to be extra! My buddy, Chris Hodge, joined me on this adventure. Below are a collection of thoughts, remarks, ponders, etc...
|GPX Track Log of my route|
|Super nice country lanes|
At one juncture, I reached speeds of 50 mph. Zoomy! It was mega hilly in places!
|Hilliness profile for Rural South 300|
It was a beautiful day with lots of long roads, often winding and undulating in nature.
|We rolled on this|
|Chris facing the towers of doom|
|Check out my gun!|
|Timmy Top Gun!|
|Egg like things in the distance|
PS I ate as well as ever and had basil on 2 separate occasions. The first was with tuna - lovely sarnies made by my wonderful sister Jane - many thanks! The second dose of basil was with some tomato soup on the return leg. Jane's basil won!