Another great post - loving them all. I hope your leg is better soon and that your adventure just gets better and better. You take care. Happy pedalling. :)
Thanks Liz!! Your comments just make my day :)
Love this Tegan, You're bound to make small mistakes in the beginning but a nice detour due to broken maps will stay with you in my experience and next time you will double check to avoid it ;)
Haha thank you, it took me a long while to learn that lesson!
Your blog is excellent Tegan. The illustration and witty commentary really helps create a mental picture of your escapades.I can feel your pain when it comes to getting unreasonably lost/waylaid. A compass may prove to be a helpful 'guide' for those moments of "Which way do I turn?" or "If I've been heading South for the past hour, why is the sun rising directly in front of me!?" (true story). Though as I said, I'm no authority on not getting lost.A question if I may: what app do you use to draw your illustrations?I've subscribed for your email updates and look forward to reading more :) Have fun!
I just watched your winning entry on Tom's website and I would have given you my bike too, really beautiful. Love your adventure blog, my 11 year old daughter Seren and I are following your adventures so one day she (and maybe i) might do the same. Good luck Tegan!
Thank you Danny, I was really happy when I first saw this comment because I think it´s awesome Seren is learning about bicycle adventuring at 11, I wish my dad and I had known about it when I was so young! Seren, you are awesome for being interested in this kind of thing and I am so excited to read about your adventures one day. Keep being strong and brave and clever and independent (I am absolutely certain you are all of these things) and if anybody tells you anything different just block your ears and keep going :) Lots of love
This is the best blog I've read for a long time. Keep it up and good luck with the journey!
Thank you Laura!!
YEp! Keep on!! Love the map of Bristol/Wells
Ruben¡¡ tiempo sin saber de ti...como estas?