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27th March: A ride to Yordas Cave and along the Turbarry Road.

Ian looking at the view up the Lune Valley from the public way between Claughton and Farleton.

The cake photo at the Tearoom at Hornby Post Office.

Another view of the cake.

Following the public way from Melling to Old Wennington.

The pack lunch, we stop for lunch at above Meal bank on Oddies Lane.

Looking back down Oddies Lane.

Heading down into Kingsdale.

Looking back along the public way from Twisleton Hall

Ian posing at start of another pothole in Kingsdale.

Inside Yordas Cave.

Heading out of Yordas Cave.

The entry into Yordas Pot.

Looking back up the Turbarry Road.

Ian heading down the Turbarry Road against the head wind.

At one of the several gates on the Turbarry Road.

Near end of the Turbarry Road, at this point you can see for miles!

Following the road down to Masongill.

We stop for eat up above Burton-in-Lonsdale before heading down the Wenningdale and the Lune Valley against head back to Halton for end of ride brew.

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