Westward bound into the setting sun in search of a smooth surface
This Sunday we head off to a nice little skate that takes us around Hyde Park in a nice lil’ loopy. It is slightly longish, but if you make it through the first half we hope that you will be fine to carry on the second half. We do go down parts of Kensington Church Street so please remember to control your speed.
Bring your friends, and let’s show this town how we rock on a Sunday!
Deja vu when you think you have been here before and yes you were probably right.
A little jaunt down to wandsworth and then back southbound by the river
Heading to southwest London to an area with a history of industry dating back to the 15th century. It’s enterprises included pottery, tapestry-weaving, paper-making and brewing. It was involved in energy production, transportation, the automotive industry, aviation and food production.
It’s associated with the electrification of the tube lines and has been a maintenance hub for the rolling stock and track but will be decommissioned by 2019.
All we know, is that it’s called Fulham.
We’ll be rolling to South Kensington tube station for half time and back to Hyde Park.
Hoping for better weather than what’s been forecast…
Tonight his Lordship will take us round the the environs of the park. Never straying to far from the areas in which he feels his people live!
Slight glitch with the map application, as Google has changed the API. We are aiming to get this fixed as soon as possible, but in the mean time here is a overview of the route [click on image to enlarge (a bit)]:
Snail Stroll to Kings Road and beyond