Go to a charity shop and buy some random clothes that used to belong to other people. Draft and perform a short play about the strangers who used to wear the clothes.
Find and take a rubbing of this snowflake. While you're at it, discover what Snow Mill was used for in the past.
Find this bridge that's full of haunting, empty, dark windows and rooms. Draw the bridge putting something or someone in each of the open windows.
How many different kinds of animal can you find here in 10 minutes?
Get off your bike at the entrance to Sprotbrough Flash Nature Reserve and go on a micro expedition. Investigate 10 square centimetres of the nature reserve extremely thoroughly. What does it tell you...
Find two plants growing by the side of the canal and ask people which one they like best. Are people prejudiced about looks, smell or something else the most?
Using stuff you find in nature, create a petit rugby pitch and score a tiny try.
Look up. Investigate this bridge and find a point of view that makes it look like nature has taken over.
Find Neptune's trident and imagine this landscape as a seascape.... As you cycle off to your next destination, pretend you're riding a seahorse instead of a bicycle.
Sustrans Route 66 starts (or finishes) at the fishtail here. Taking a photo looking ahead every 66 turns of the pedal for the rest of your journey. Put these photos together to make a stop motion...
Watch the local wildlife and do a voiceover for the animals you see. What do swans gossip about?
Un-wreck this boat in your mind. Imagine how it would have looked when it was at its best and being used by its owners. Draw your vision and bring this wrecked boat back to life on paper.
Explore Exminster Marshes Nature Reserve and and find this footbridge. How high is the water here?
Rescue a fish that's about to lose its life.
Stand on the path, under the motorway and by the water. Look, listen, smell and feel for as many different routes as you can.