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They think it's all over...

Cast your mind back to 1966, or the recordings you've seen since as most of us weren't there at the time. England leading 3-2, Geoff Hurst racing down the pitch about to launch the ball into the top corner. That's where Mini Inn are now. Yesterday was an absolute whitewash. Mini Inn recorded some serious mileage with 128 compared to a mere 51 from P2S.


The Lake District is the Wembley turf and Messrs Hatfield, Baker and Schumacher were the centre-forwards as Mini Inn charged ahead, scenting victory in their nostrils. They are currently camped on one of the big climbs outside of Ambleside, trying their best to shelter from the inclement weather. You don't feel the rain when you're winning though!


The Lakes are indeed a beautiful setting and as the sunshine in the image below proves, the camera never lies.


Somewhere back in Wales, P2S are stuck in the mud in Aberystwyth trying not to read the goading graffiti left on the walls when Mini Inn went through a couple of days ago.




408 miles to go, it's looking like a Monday finish.

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