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10th December 2017 ride to Condor Green

10th December 2017 ride to Condor Green
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The bridleway sign at start of cycle path to Condor Green
The cake photo at Café D'Lune in Condor Green
A view of the River Condor at Condor Green.
Gorse in flower at side of cycle path
Reflections on the cycle path
Picnic Table at side of the cycle path (Click the photo to see a larger image)
A pub sign on St. George Quay in Lancaster
Reflections on St George Quary
Public art at side of Cycle path in Lancaster
A view of Lune Aqueduct (Click the photo to see a larger image)
A view of the River Lune from the Iron Bridge in Halton
Another view of the River Lune from the Iron Bridge in Halton
My plan for the day was to followed the various cycle paths down the Lune Valley to Café d'Lune in Condor Green and then have brew before following cycle path back into Lancaster and then follow various cycle paths and lanes to Sunderland a old fishing village at the mouth of the River Lune but once got to Café d'Lune I decide original plan for day was recipe for extend stay in A&E department of local hospital due icy conditions on cycle paths. So I decide slowly head back to Halton on the cycle paths up the Lune Valley and stopping a few times to play with the camera.
  
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Ride report by Simeon Orme