A stroll to the re-opened cafe at Bishop’s Park, alongside a small skate park for the more daring strollers.
Our annual excursion in pursuit of the finest in-situ examples of abandoned, topographically unmodulated, late Holocene tar-penetration macadam, some of which happen to be located near museums. Everyone ready for class? Good.
Southwest, express. Featuring the seldom visited COBBLES OF DEATH*. Come skating Friday, it’s good.
*Not actually deadly**
A hunting we shall go.
Arrive 16.30 for 17.00 departure today!!
It’s about that time of year, when we go looking for in-situ examples of morphologically homogenous late holocene /Â early anthropocene tar-penetration macadam carriageway proximate toÂ institutionsÂ ofÂ reputable high quality historical curatorship.
i.e.Â Smooth roads near museums.
This Friday is Good Friday. Tradition dictates that we do the Long Good Friday Night Skate. As itâ€™s long, we start at 7pm at the Wellington Arch. There will be 3 sections, each with a different lead marshal and break between. Your LMs for the night will be Carl, SteveÂ and Marcus. The route isÂ the (former) circle line Â – we will be skating a route that roughly skates on top of the circle as it was before it grew an appendage. If you turn your head at the appropriate moments you will be able to cast a glance at each of the tube stations.Â Sorry for all those mysterious arrows, we will be going around anti-clockwise. To repeat – Its an earlier than usual 7PM start.