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22nd May 2010: A ride to Chapel-le-Dale.
Morning cafe stop at the tearoom at Hornby Post Office.
Looking back down the public way from Melling to Old Wennington.
A view of the River Greta from the bridge at Burton-in-Lonsdale.
Crossing over the A65 at Gategreen.
Riding through Masongill.
Looking back down Masongill Fell Lane.
Riding along the Tow Scar Road.
A view looking up the Kingsdale valley.
Marsh Marigold at side of Kingsdale Beck.
A lunchtime view.
Looking back down the public way into Kingsdale.
A tree on the limestone pavements as we follow the bridleway up on Twisleton Scar
The view looking back as we follow the track towards Ewes Top Moss.
The view across the limestone pavement looking towards Ingleborough.
Looking back along the track as we cross Blake Bank Moss.
Geoff stopping to look at the view with Ribblehead Viaduct in the background.
Following the bridleway down to Chapel-le-Dale.
The church at Chapel-le-Dale.
The cake photo at Inglesport Cafe.
Thinking about getting back on the bikes again!
A house sign.
One member of the party cooling off in the River Wenning at Wennington.
A close up!
Following Back Lane out of Wray back to the B6480
Back at Deny Beck carpark.
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A Few photos of the ride taken by Jim
At the bridge in Burton-in-Lonsdale
Heading up Masongill Fell Lane.