Sunday morning, after a early morning call from Graham J I was asked to fill the breach because the appointed leader had a cold and taken to his bed. Fortunately Graham and I had planned a route together earlier in the week on the computer, then down loaded it into my memory map. Aided with my memory map the seven of us cycled over the Tamar Bridge towards Pensilva and again, fortunately the community centre antique fair was on and this meant that refreshments were availible!. After being refreshed Graham R and Mike left and made their way back, we continued on the planned route to Kelly Bray. There, George knew that I was looking for a art material warehouse and he was able to show me where it was. Whilst there Julie had spotted sign for the Engine House cafe, where we had more tea and with a marvellous panaramic view looking toward the Tamar valley. Then with Julie's help we looked at the planned memory map route back and we realised that it was too adventurous for this time of year, as it was now getting late and the temperature was dropping. So with George's guidance we headed for Harrowbarrow, then Cotehele, which took us through some lovely lanes in the tamar valley, which took us toward the main road to Saltash. After crossing the Tamar Bridge again, the remaining three Yolande, Julie and myself wished Julie a marvellous holiday in India, where she is meeting up with her son.
43 miles approx