Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Old Gits 'reverse route' plus a trip round Lympsham. 33

Doing the 'reverse' route with 11 other Old Gits going out to the Caffles Garden Centre at Hewish and back through Puxton.  A bit of a chilly start to the ride after a couple of hot days but soon warmed up by the time we reached Sand Bay.

At Caffles

Made Caffles nice and early and the staff there had set up tables and chairs in one of their poly tunnels (made from green netting) and it was very pleasant in there with our tea and cake.  Especially as it was one of the Old Git's birthday so tea was on him.  Afterwards, we carried on through Puxton Banwell and three of us left the main group and extended the circuit to include Webbington and Lympsham.  We called in to Lympsham shop and post office for another drink and found that the cricket club next door were having one of their regular community cafes.  These are run purely by volunteers.  We could see why they are popular with the tea priced at 50p per pot and cake 50p a portion.  May well have to make this a more frequent visit. 

With the extra loop, 33 miles covered in all.

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