Exploring the Lost City

Cycling and Urbex

OK, I didn’t watc h Eurovision last night, and I’m not going to watch it tonight either – I cycled 30km today and need a good lie down as soon as possible. We all know who won anyway, those unbearable Azerbaijanis. Honestly Europe, what’s wrong with you?

As for cycling 30kms, I caught up with Ryan today and we went out to explore a site near his place that – for lack of a better name – I’m calling the Lost City. It’s pretty amazing – photos will be up as soon as I have the energy. We then moved on to an abandoned airforce base – which is nowhere near as cool as it sounds, although we did find some interesting bits and pieces.

In any case it’s the longest ride I’ve done in ages and I am now suffering for it, with various parts of my body complaining loudly. As soon as Merlin is over I’m taking some paracetemol and going to bed 🙂

5 thoughts on “Exploring the Lost City”

  1. That place was amazing. Definitely worth a revisit, returning with a better camera. Here’s to a speedy recovery, old chap.

  2. Poor boy. I bet your legs are protesting the treatment in a VERY loud voice. As a former resident of the Swan Valley, I can’t wait to see the photos and try to figure out where the Lost City is located.

    1. I just saw the photos and they are amazing! I got a total “Fallout” feeling just looking at them. I will confess that I have no idea where it’s located though.

      1. Well they’re all up now, as well as the ones from the old airforce base, which are even more Fallout-ish

        1. Well if you were ever thinking of taking your game to the LARP level, that would be the place to do it. Very “Fallout-ish”. Oh and did you know that Caversham Airfield is just 3 kms from where i use to live?

          *sigh* I’m all homesick now.

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