Paul Kunert is cycling from London to Carbis Bay ahead of the G7 summit. On the way he’s providing updates on his pilgrimage on two wheels.
85 miles yesterday, mostly followed national cycle route 4 along the Avon / Kennet canal, steep hills on the final leg into Frome. But all good, slightly saddle sore.
Part way through another 85-miler. Trying not to think about the hilly last leg from Sidmouth to Exmouth…
Stayed with delightful, thoughtful friends last night. Keen to do their bit for ecology and climate. But super-busy just surviving life. We need Government to make their choices easier. Also, as architects, its beyond them why building regulations still don’t require efficient standards – why not passivhaus across the board? Good for people, good for jobs, good for planet – whats not to like…?
Signing off from somewhere in Somerset (no sign of the famed Somerset Levels yet…).
Read Paul’s first two blogs here and here.
Read about CCA’s walking pilgrimage here.