Six Word Saturday: Never seen Reigate Hill without traffic……

These are certainly most unprecedented times:

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  1. oh my so quiet . . . but does this mean you have been out 🙂 if so yay. Can’t wait to hear all about it xx

  2. Neither have I sue 😀 😀

  3. You live in a pretty area, Sue. Usually one has to go out at 4 in the morning to see empty streets.

  4. What a lovely street for biking. Here’s hoping all of us are able to get out more and very soon!

  5. Ah, the A217. I have been stuck in solid traffic there more times than I care to remember.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. I suspect it’s a huge improvement 🤣🤣

  7. Seeing the motorways empty is really weird. And those living under a flight path must notice a big difference in noise.

  8. There are advantages to almost everything, aren’t there? My husband and I took a nice bike ride this morning along a canal that runs close to our new place. We’re also blessed to be able to sit on our back patio in the evening and enjoy being outside. As always, I cherish my morning walks during the week.


  9. You’re being bike-ist! There’s traffic. I love bends in the road

  10. It’s amazing that we get to see the world as we’ve never seen it before. It feels so spooky at times and yet also beautiful, as you show us here.


  11. It’s extraordinary isn’t it? I don’t know this road, but I know plenty like it.

  12. Sadly since the police aren’t stopping speeders at the moment, young men have taken the opportunity to race madly up our little street.

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