Sheila’s Interesting Ride out East Sunday 09/09/18

Just one group set off from an overcast Cottingham pushed by a mainly tail to cross wind. Interesting place names on the way to Stoney Creek on the Humber bank included, Noddle Hill, Swine, Sunk Island, Bleak house and a surprise Humber tunnel outlet and all its infrastructure. Lunch, after 35 miles, was at the excellent Station pub at Patrington.

The return was via the Hornsea Sutton cycle way with some of us fading towards the end of the 60 plus miles.

thanks Sheila for leading and the ‘Coffee stop’ (without coffee) refreshments at the Creek. 1 puncture, 1 early Bath, 1 solo return

 

In ansewer to a question ‘no … this is not part of Hadrian’s wall.

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