Ride from Crook O'Lune to Goosnargh, Thursday 11th April

Gathering at Crook o Lune were about 15 riders all looking forward to the really fine sunny day I had organised.
Setting off on the cycle track heading for Caton we managed to pick up Debbie on the way.
We crossed over the main road at the roundabout and headed south towards Postern Gate. Instead of turning left on to the "happy valley road" we carried on up then turned left to go parallel to the motorway and behind the university into Galgate. In Galgate I managed to confuse some by crossing the A6 at the lights and went to Conder Green via Sellerley Farm.
Into Cockerham to take first left then over canal to take second right and weaving our way to the A6 again where we went left then a quick right passing Six Arches caravan site to Daisy Clough.
After a refreshment stop(no sausage butty!!!) we headed for Garstang where at the Brockholes Arms we took a left turn to let us weave our way through the country lanes to Inglewhite then on to Goosnargh.
Finally after a long wait for dinner we set off in the fantastic weather down Goosnargh Lane then Langley Lane and on to Whittingham lane to what was Broughton traffic lights.
Crossing the old A6 we travelled west on Woodplumpton Lane to turn right on to Hollowforth Lane, Eaves Lane, Benson's Lane, Moss Lane, St. Michaels Road to cross the A6(again) for Bilsborrow Lane to turn left on to Lydiate Lane and the usual way home.
After another refreshment stop at The Barn by the time I arrived home I had managed 62 miles in with great company and fantastic weather.
Thanks everyone.