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If you ever wonder what happens when a young adventurer returns from something epic, grows up, gets married, has kids and settles down, but still yearns for the open road, then perhaps you will find ‘My Midsummer Morning’ intriguing reading.⠀⁠ ⠀⁠ Adventure meets Midlife Crisis!⠀⁠ ⠀⁠ (Those of you who have grown up (and old) alongside me in the many years since I wrote my first book about cycling round the world might find this book strikes a few chords with you…)⠀⁠ 🎻⠀⁠ Link to buy the book in bio.⠀⁠ 🎻⠀⁠ #MyMidsummerMorning #blog

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