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4th September 2010: A ride to Sir John Barrow Monument on Hoad Hill at Ulverston.

The cake photo at the tearoom in Cark-in-Cartmel

The bridge over the River Leven at Haverthwaite.

Trees being harvest on the cycle route to Greenodd.

Heading along the cycle route to Greenodd.

Autumn is only a few weeks with a lot berries in the hedges.

Regrouping above above Penny Bridge.

Jim and Peter at the summit of the climb out of Penny Bridge.

Looking at the information board at Hoad Hill

The entry to the monument.

The Monument.

Lunch time view.

Healthily option!

Enjoying the view and chatting!

Henk one of three Vice Presidents of the RSF.

Looking back down the B5281 towards Ulverston.

At the start of the bridleway to Wood End.

Jim at end of the bridleway at Wood End.

Route planning in the pub at Spark Bridge.

The afternoon coffee stop at the pub in Spark Bridge.

The start of the bridleway to Millers Wood.

Pigs in the woods near Town End.

A closer view of the pigs

The weir at Newby Bridge.

Looking up the River Leven towards Newby Bridge.

There was a lot of  coins in river!

Jim heading into Cartmel.

The end of ride brew stop in Cartmel

At the Market Cross Cottage Tearoom.

Jim and Peter walking back to the carpark.

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