had smiles on our faces. Dave & Nigel took up the lead & soon we were passing Tilland mill, & on up to
Doddycross. Then after Pengover Green we descended to be meet with a steep climb up to Liskeard, &
The Kind Doniert pub for elevenses.
Soon we were on our way to Morval & a bit of rough stuff, which Trevor was very much looking forward
to. So after a nice bit of following the railway from Liskeard to Looe, we turn left at Sandplace & headed
up to Morval estate & a lovely climb through the woods, on tracks which turned very stoney towards the
top. When we got to the top Trevor wanted more. Anyway I said I didn't know where the track was going so turned right and back on to tarmac.
Now on a lane we soon found ourselves coming out at No Mans Land. Then crossing the main road to
Looe, we headed along a lane to Seaton. After a nice long descent into Seaton, we now found ourselves
going along the coast & heading for the big climb out of Downderry. Trevor & I have granny gears so this
is no problem. After regrouping at the top it was straight on across cliff tops & with a few ups & downs
found ourselves in the Cliff Top Cafe, overlooking Whitsand bay. Soon we had consumed our coffees etc
& it was time to move on.
Now heading for Cawsand/Kingsand & our second bit of rough stuff. We soon found ourselves tackling
the coastal footpath & heading towards the lane to Picklecombe Point. Now on the lane we climbed in the
opposite direction & headed up to Maker Heights, & the main road to Cremyll Ferry. After another nice
long descent Dave said the ferry leaves at 3pm. So we found ourselves on the ferry & crossing to
Stonehouse, Plymouth. On arrival we saddled up & Nigel lead us on a scenic route towards Devonport.
Soon we were saying farewell to Trevor & Nigel. Then Dave & myself headed home across the Tamar
river & 51/52 miles on the clock.