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7:10pm, 12 Dec 2014
230 posts
CStar - not the Blackwater Valley Road I hope? Fast road for cycling but I think it's the fear factor that gives you an extra 20% of speed. And that's if you don't get a puncture.
7:21pm, 12 Dec 2014
231 posts
You're actually a few more miles to the north than I thought you were Cstar. Still don't envy you the dual carriageway though.
7:25pm, 13 Dec 2014
2652 posts
The option to change my map to 'satellite' has disapeared. It's a bit of a pain as my circle is on an estuary, and the water is shown at low tide, so i can't see where the Sea Wall path is any more.
8:18pm, 13 Dec 2014
6550 posts
Mine's still there Bob. Are you sure you've not scrolled down too far, if not you better do a feedback to Fetch.
8:41pm, 13 Dec 2014
33865 posts
Satellite view working fine here too.
9:04pm, 13 Dec 2014
3923 posts
A33 Cam :-)
5:50pm, 19 Dec 2014
6695 posts
My monkey's over the road - must be time to hand post my local Christmas cards. ;-)
8:02pm, 19 Dec 2014
232 posts
Hope you survived the A33 C*. Must clear some bugs this weekend. Or set some relays :-)

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