Day 6 EdFoC

I awoke to a blue sky and sunlight streaming through the curtains by the time I was up, dressed and fed the skies were grey and cloudy.

I was expecting 1 client today Eva from Hong Kong she had cancelled due to weather on Sunday and had asked to come out today her last chance before heading to Skye.

We headed off under a foreboding sky and were soon pedalling along Cramond foreshore and the first of many photostops.  We took the whole ride at an easy pace with Eva stopping and snapping away at once stage she asked if it was ok?  I replied of course holidays are made of memories.

We stopped for lunch at S Queensferry and after a pleasant repast came out to wet streets, wet saddles and a drizzle.  Eva had a time constraint but was quite happy to cut the route short at any of the stations along the Fife Coastal Path.  We crossed the Bridge and headed through N Queensferry and onto the FCP.  By this time it was after 3and Eva elected to get the train from Inverkeithing a decision perhaps helped by the worsening rain!

I put her and her cycle on the train and waved them off.

 

Well done Eva 22 miles and 1100 ft of climb.

 

 

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Author: Jim Taylor

I am a 58 year old Scottish endurance athlete. I run, bike, walk and race. I have taken outdoor qualifications and coach others. I am the owner of and guide for Scottish bike touring.

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