Click here for our route and ride stats – 15.85 miles; 25.05 km; 495 m climbed; pub stop: London Inn, St. Neot.
We are so lucky in this country. We get the same surprise every year. When the clocks go forward and we cycle out for the first time in proper daylight, after months of staring at the road about nine feet in front of our wheels, it is hard to believe that we are surrounded by such a beautiful landscape – miles and miles of pretty fields and beautiful moors were apparently there all along. What a treat to see them for the first time!
Tonight Ann led us up past Horizon Farms, through Tremar and Tremar Coombe; down to Redgate and along to Bokenna Cross; a right turn to St. Neot and our drink in front of the fire at the London Inn – much appreciated with Dave’s Garmin telling us the outside temp had dropped to 2.9 degrees. A chance to enjoy the weekly bellringing practice and to hear about the pub quiz night (last Thursday of each month) and then back on the bikes along the valley past the Carnlaze Caverns to the A38; up the hill to Doublebois, Dobwalls and home to Liskeard. Ann and David Byfield are now off to France with their cycle group for a long week end so we wish them well with that – while we look forward to the girls’ group ride on Saturday with our café stop at Inkie’s at Golytha Falls!