30th July 2011: A ride to Crosby Garrett
The food photo at the Tea Room at Old School in Tebay.
Chatting and eating outside the tearoom.
Peter new bike, on its first South Lakes Group ride.
A duck at the side of the road as we heading towards Kelleth.
At the start of the first track.
Regrouping at a gate.
A view at the side of the public byway as we head towards Barugh Bridge.
Looking back down the track.
At Barugh Bridge its worth stopping to look at the garden by Rias Beck.
Shetland ponies at the side of the bridleway as we head towards Acres.
A close up.
A bit further along the bridleway.
At end of the second track of the day.
Heading through the fields following the bridleway from Sunbiggin over to Asby Grange.
Looking back across the fields with the Howgill Fells in the background.
Looking back towards Sunbiggin.
The lunch time view looking towards the Eden Valley.
The lunch time view looking towards the Lune Valley.
Heading across the fields following the bridleway from Maisongill Farm to Asby Grange.
At the start of the bridleway from Asby Grange to Whygill Head.
Ian on the climb out of Crosby Garrett.
Stopping for eat up.
Following the track towards Bents Farm.
The cake photo at Lune Spring Garden Centre.
This is reason that Eileen as to carry the sandwiches for Nick.
Vintage tractor at Newiggin-
A view looking up Weasdale.
Regrouping at Cow Bank in Weasdale.
Regrouping at end bridleway at Gars.
A view of the River Lune from over gown bridleway along side the A685.
Back at Tebay.
Ride Report by Norman Bulter
After meeting up at a Tebay Tearoom without electricity, which resulted in a rather
disappointing snack of slightly burnt teacakes and cold crumpets, six of us set off
in an easterly direction for just 3 miles before leaving the road for the first off-