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Rose's Freewheeling Adventure

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One year on and the hair is longer, the legs are longer but the seat and helmet still fit so time to get on the road again! This time Rose will be crossing India from the Bay of Bengal to the beaches of Goa. 'India holidays bike!' says Rose so let's go!


Following on from Rose's first adventure aboard the Windrush (see below), her next trip is to cross Cambodia by bicycle!

Meet Rose Harvest, born in February 2010. Follow this blog and find out about her adventures!

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Sometimes being woken at 4.30am is a good thing

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Rose sensed that something was happening out side at 4.30am so she woke the crew up to investigate. What they found was one of those special scenes that they will remember for a long time. Scotland has very challenging weather sometimes but with it comes some of the most beautiful views you will ever see. If the pictures don't say enough behind the camera was a full rainbow set against a deep pink cloudless sky, can anyone explain that to us?
30th Jul 2010, 20:29  

Molly says:

Glad you finally got some fish, looks yummy! Hope your luck with fishing keeps up and your luck with the weather improves. The photos are absolutly beautiful, I especially like the first one from Rose's selection and the cloud/sail one from 'A good day' but they are all excellent! Missing you all and can't wait to hear about it all when you get back. Lots of love Mol xx

30th Jul 2010, 21:28

alison says:

Magical pictures! So glad you got the beauty of it all to com pensate for the chilliness. I hope the sun comes out for you soon. xx

2nd Aug 2010, 16:55

Beth x says:

Lovin the pics!!

5th Aug 2010, 10:39

Euphro says:

Wonderful pictures and a great story. Did you get a picture of the rainbow?

5th Aug 2010, 11:04

roars says:

there's been a recent high level of auroral activity.. not sure, but in your part of the world, there's a *fair* chance you may have seen something in that night sky of yours.. rainbow or aurora.. ? ;o)

9th Aug 2010, 10:11

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