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    A spin around the hills of Lincolnshire

    Aka the Wolds

    Spent a very enjoyable day with Chris (2gses) and his son Richard, around the Louth area

    We did about 100-110 miles around the Wolds but we were never further than a 20 mile radius of Louth

    Did a few fords - this one was Legbourne I do believe







    Somewhere enroute





    We avoided the ford at Tealby as it was mega deep and a loose surface to the bottom
    We also avoided Willingham Woods tea stop as it was throng with 'bikermates'

    Instead we lunched at Coach and Horses where everyone from Yorkshire was over the moon with the quality of the food and doubly pleased at the proper bargain prices too



    All in all, another grand day out in good countryside and good company
    JohnnyBoxer



    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Nice one👍Last pic of refuelling stop looks good

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    A beautiful area and vastly underrated ... thank feck att's gone/going to Portugal

    Good one JB

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    A spin around the hills of Lincolnshire

    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    A beautiful area and vastly underrated ... thank feck att's gone/going to Portugal

    Good one JB

    Cheers Mick

    I agree - some areas reminded of the rolling hills of Pas de Calais area of northern France

    English hedgerows in June are a picture too

    Louth is a lovely town too - very quirky
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    My home town

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Aka the Wolds

    Spent a very enjoyable day with Chris (2gses) and his son Richard, around the Louth area

    We did about 100-110 miles around the Wolds but we were never further than a 20 mile radius of Louth

    Did a few fords - this one was Legbourne I do believe







    Somewhere enroute





    We avoided the ford at Tealby as it was mega deep and a loose surface to the bottom
    We also avoided Willingham Woods tea stop as it was throng with 'bikermates'

    Instead we lunched at Coach and Horses where everyone from Yorkshire was over the moon with the quality of the food and doubly pleased at the proper bargain prices too



    All in all, another grand day out in good countryside and good company
    Little cawthorpe, the ford is 300feet long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2gses View Post
    Little cawthorpe, the ford is 300feet long.
    It was a good one too
    So many villages - hard to memorise where we were at times
    Lovely places and in some villages it was stepping back in time 30 years
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    I miss the Lincs Wolds - you can ride all day on little lanes with very little traffic, perfect gs territory

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    Quote Originally Posted by gspod View Post
    I miss the Lincs Wolds - you can ride all day on little lanes with very little traffic, perfect gs territory
    The Yorkshire Wolds are the same

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    That reminds me...

    I must have a bimble 'round the Lincs. Wolds

    Nice one, JB


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