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13th January 2008 ride to Hutton Roof

13th January 2008 ride to Hutton Roof
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Ride report by Simeon Orme
It was not good weather report but we manage to avoid most of rain, its good to see that all four members who were out on the ride rode to the start at Tewitfield. Barrie and James came to start and told us they would not becoming out on the ride due to  they had do some shopping and then take James sister to the pictures they hope to be out next week.

After chatting to James and Barrie we headed up the A6070 to the tearoom at Deerslet where met Shelia and Alan Parkinson who join us for coffee.

After putting the world to right we followed the lanes via Cinderbarrow to Holme. In Holme we followed the main village road up to Town Hall Farm where we followed the lanes around to Chapel Hill and then headed through Farleton. After cycling through Farleton we headed up Puddenmire Lane to Newbiggin. In Newbiggin we followed the lanes around to Hutton Roof where we stop to look at the Memorial to Rev Theodore Bayley Hardy, VC, DSO, MC (you can read more about him at this link ). After cycling through Hutton Roof we headed up to Johnson House where we followed the ‘B’ road down to Whittington where we stop for some lunch in the bus shelter.

After lunch we headed up the B6254 to Newton where we followed the lanes around Docker Farm where Lancaster CTC Section try to pass us but we decide to stop for brew at the café at Docker Farm.

After our afternoon brew we follow Keer Holme Lane down to Pheasant Field. At this point in the ride if anyone had come to start in car they would have headed back to Tewitfield via Borwick, has all four us had rode to start from Lancaster and Halton. We headed home via Capernwray and the Kellets.

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