Portishead doesn't exist

303 miles! Yep, that's how far we managed as one team yesterday. And guess what, Team Pocket to Socket won the day with 158 miles. The Turing like mathematicians out there will have already calculated how many Mini Inn achieved. Close wasn't it? x + 158=303, where Mini Inn is x.


P2S' win took them to Portishead near Bristol, a city that featured heavily in the news over the weekend and it also counts my wife as one of its Uni alumni. She's the brainy one in our house whilst I'm an alumnus of life growing up in Halifax. Taught me plenty though...


Meanwhile back in Portishead, I can only share an image of the band of the same name. They occupy the first page of Google images and who ever goes to page 2? Portishead don't look very happy do they? Think they've heard that P2S are flagging and come from the school of management which states that a bollocking will make the difference. Caption Comp - "What do you mean Dee Bouderba only did 12.4 miles yesterday!"



Over on the West Wales coast we find Team Minster Inn who are just south of Aberystwyth. I thought I'd done with dodgy spelling back in Poland but the Welsh have sent it back to test us. Mini Inn are in the beautiful village of Aberporth where they spent the afternoon celebrating the last working day of Archbishop John. I know he's been in the Minster once or twice but I wonder if he ever made it to the Mini Inn?








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