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  • Nanduro – Slowing Down To Catch Up
  • amandawishart
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    Amanda finds out she has inherited more than just good sewing skills from her Nan. Bikes are in the blood. This feature was produced in association So …

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    tallmart10
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    That is a beautiful article, Amanda. Hats off to your Nan – it is an amazing journey finding out what that old person sitting in the comfy chair got up to when she was young and spirited.
    I am with you on the Apple sandwiches though ..

    spacehopper
    Full Member

    Wonderful Article!

    Nanduro.. im stealing that phrase! 🙂

    NYC101009
    Full Member

    What a great a great article! 😃

    hardtailonly
    Full Member

    Delightful!

    yoluka
    Full Member

    I’ve got a tear in my eye. Lovely words on a rainy day. Thank you.

    matt_outandabout
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    What a nan. She is some amazing sounding woman.

    I enjoyed that.

    kingofthetoys
    Full Member

    Lovely article Amanda

    fatbikeandcoffee
    Full Member

    Love it, great piece and a good outlook as well.

    James

    malv173
    Full Member

    That was a lovely read!

    Thank you.

    fahzure
    Full Member

    Great tribute and a fine ride! Love the Clarion House find.

    kayak23
    Full Member

    Nanduro 😊👌

    augustuswindsock
    Full Member

    Love this ❤️

    tthew
    Full Member

    Lovely article. 👏👏
    I’ve done a charity ride near Oswestry three times in the past few years. First two editions were eyeballs out, 2 hour blasts. The third time I rode with some new-ish MTBers and had the time to get my photo taken for the local paper, fix a puncture with someone struggling and met the Guinness world record holder for the largest collection of ear trumpets. That was by far my favourite ride of the three and it took twice as long to complete. I heartily embrace the concept of a slow ride and now it has a moniker – Nanduro. Excellent.

    Woo
    Full Member

    Lovely to see the photo at the door of the Nelson ILP Clarion House. The house is open for tea and coffee and sweets and crisps on Sundays.
    Join us for Clarion Sunday on 12 June 2022. It will be an excellent day out: Fellowship is Life.

    brakestoomuch
    Full Member

    That was a moving read, comforting in a way. The part about losing someone to dementia was especially poignant having seen my wife lose both her parents that way. One to bookmark for another read whenever I need to reset on a grumpy day.

    CalamityJames
    Full Member

    A (very) early contender for article of the year; well done Amanda, fantastic piece.

    tom84
    Free Member

    can we have some more info about those incredible sheep please?! great article.

    seriousrikk
    Full Member

    Yup, like those before me I came down to the comments to say what a cracking article.

    We should all take time for a Nanduro of some sorts this year.

    garethjw
    Full Member

    A beautiful peace of writing.

    dangeourbrain
    Full Member

    Great article Amanda


    @tom84
    those are Valais Blacknose I think

    robertajobb
    Full Member

    What a nice article.

    Jordan
    Full Member

    Beautiful!

    fatmax
    Full Member

    Lovely…and love #nanduro 👌

    stuartsimpson
    Full Member

    nantastic – than you for sharing amanda. i find a decent cheddar transforms an apple sandwich significantly.

    gazzab1955
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    @simmo – change the apple for apple chutney, add the Cheddar and you’ve got a proper sandwich.
    Great article Amanda. To quote Joni Mitchell “… you don’t know what you’ve got till its gone …”

    folnjir
    Full Member

    Lovely article, thanks for sharing it.

    tjaard
    Full Member

    What a great read! Thank you!

    tom84
    Free Member

    @dangeourbrain — thank you!

    tthew
    Full Member

    Article about the Clarion House in the Manchester Guardian today. Well online anyway.

    zx970
    Full Member

    What a beautiful article, thank you Amanda. Reading this has been such a wonderful start to my day.

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