A Web Developer's Day Off - Part 4

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Cycling in The Yorkshire Dales

These are the last of my photos taken at the weekend.33rd day of the epic 100 posts in 100 days challenge

The route starts in Otley, goes via Blubberhouses up The Washburn Valley then past Greenhow, down past Stump Cross Caverns, to Barden, past Bolton Abbey, and then back along the back road behind Addingham and Ilkley.

The first half of the route is really hilly and the last part along Wharfedale is really good because it's nice and flat, and the prevailing wind is behind you, just right for tired legs.

Bolton Abbey to Otley

My Bicycle on a bridge with The River Wharfe in the background

Crossing The River Wharfe again on the last leg of the route.

Huge buttress suporting bridge over The River Wharfe

Sturdy bridge.

Old farm equipment

Old farm equipment.

A roadside thing of some design

A thing, maybe an old design of fire hydrant?


The River Wharfe

The River Wharfe

My Bicycle and some fields looking towards Burley-in-Wharfdale

Looking towards Burley-in-Wharfedale just before the last couple of miles in to Otley

What has this web designer done today?

Todays occupations:

6 hours 57 minutes Client work: security; updating sites; adwords
1 hour 14 minutes Research: keeping up-to-date with latest CMS developments
44 minutes This website: updating journal, checking rankings
36 minutes Admin: email
12 minutes Admin: phone calls

Total: 9 hours 45 minutes

Good solid day, lots of progress made.

Exercise: 45 minutes press-ups, dips, curls & situps.

Tomorrow: More client work.


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Mike Nuttall

Author: Mike Nuttall

Mike has been web designing, programming and building web applications in Leeds for many years. He founded Onsitenow in 2009 and has been helping clients turn business ideas into on-line reality ever since. Mike can be followed on Twitter and has a profile on Google+.