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DAY 12: We've done it!
DRIZZLE, mist and darkness. Not an encouraging start to our last day. Paul and Adrian were on the road by 7am. The A30 is nearly all dual carriageway down to Land’s End. A very difficult ride in awful conditions. We were all looking forward to meeting Adrian’s family there later.
Thankfully a break in the weather, the sun even started to shine. We arrive in Land’s End at 1.30pm, meeting Adrian’s family. We are thinking of our own relatives.
Paul and Adrian arrived at 3.10pm. We were all there to celebrate their achievement as they crossed the line. It was an extremely emotional moment. A fantastic experience. The lads have been training for a year for this trip. Natasha and I are honoured to have supported them through this challenge along with all our families and friend.
Many hugs and a spray of champagne as they crossed the line, photos and a meeting with another End to Ender we had passed on our day 6.
Paul, Adrian, Natasha and Annie would all like to thank everyone for their support and encouragement.
In this section
- DAY 11: Another night on the floor
- Two more nights until we reach the finish
- Sleepless in the saddle
- Day 8: Comparing swellings is our newest occupation
- Day 7: The beauty of sat-nav
- DAY 6: Give us a clue
- Day Five: Tears before bedtime
- DAY 4: Cycling in the wrong direction
- Day 3: Getting homesick
- Damp end but some stunning scenery