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1st July 2018 ride to Forton

1st July 2018 ride to Forton
- Ride report - Route -
Dandelion Seed head on St George Quay in Lancaster
The cake photo at Café d'Lune in Condor Green
A view of the Lancaster Canal near Cockerham Road Bridge
A close up of Yellow Iris at side of towpath on the Lancaster Canal
A US President on a canal boat on the Lancaster Canal near Potters Brook
Greater Willowherb at side of the towpath on the Lancaster Canal
A female Mallard Duck with ducklings on the Lancaster Canal
A tree in field at side of the Lancaster Canal
Heron at side of the Lancaster Canal
Fly on a leaf at side of the Lancaster Canal
Earlier on in the week at work, myself and Neil had decided to meet up for brew on the Sunday morning at Café d' Lune in Condor Green.

So me it was fairly easy ride to Condor Green from Halton, as its is mostly on cycle tracks and a bit a road work along New Quay Road in Lancaster, then back on a tarmac bridleway and then a cycle path into Condor Green.

After our brew stop at Café d'Lune, we continue on the cycle path into Glasson, then headed along Moss Lane across Thurnham Moss to Bank Houses where we push bikes along the public footpath to Bank End before getting back on them again, we then followed Hillam Lane up to the A 588 which we followed into Cockerham. We headed out of Cockerham on Cockerham Road, we said our goodbyes to each other at Cockerham Road Bridge near Forton, as Neil had some shopping to do in Garstang.

The day was warming up, has I followed the towpath along side Lancaster Canal back into Lancaster and then through City centre before turn off the towpath at the Lune Aqueduct, to follow the cycle path back to Halton.

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Ride report by Simeon Orme
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