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23rd July 2014: Simeon’s  50th Birthday ride to Borrowdale

The cake photo at the Hideway Coffee House where the ride started from.

Chatting and looking at Steve holiday photos.

Wild flowers at side of the lane.

A view of Killington Reservoir taken from Old Scotch Road.

Heading down to Lowgill.

Horse in a field near Lowgill.

Heading under Lowgill Viaduct.

The view of the River Lune looking north toward Tebay taken from Crook n’ Lune Bridge.

Steve looking at the view.

Heading along the Fairmile Road

A door of farm building at Low Carlingill.

Heading through Low Borrowbridge.

A view of the Farmhouse at Low Borrowdale.

The view looking down Borrowdale.

Lunch time view.

The birthday cake.

A tree on skyline.

The view looking back down bridleway towards High Borrowdale.

Harebell at side bridleway.

Bog Asphodel at side of the bridleway.

The brew stop in Kendal.

The ice cream photo.

Yes it was warm day and we needed  a lot of water.

Heading along Hincaster Trailway.

The birthday balloon at the family dinner in the evening.

Reflections on glassware at the evening meal.

The birthay pudding photo at Catch-23 Cafe and Restaurant at Borwick Fisheries.

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