Taken near the Mere at the bottom of Olivers Mount
Tues 14th 2020
After the long journey to my parent's house in North Yorkshire, see Part 1, I had the rest of Sunday off the bike and then the Monday too, to catch up with them and rest a little. By Tuesday though I was itching to get the bike out and go exploring my old stomping ground and visit my daughter and family. I also had a visit to one of my UK banks to fit, in to sort out a non-functioning debit card amongst other things.
Getting the bike out and seeing it covered in almost 2,500km of road grime, I had the urge to wash it but had no time as I had to get to the bank in Scarborough and then to my daughters for a late breakfast. My Dad helped me oil the chain before setting off, as I had neglected it a bit on the journey, it was done the night before I left and was starting to look a bit dry with an odd squeak. After a good dousing, my Dad has a BMW and is not used to chains, I set off into Scarborough and the bank.