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tallliman

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22 more squares today, an extra 37 to the cluster.
 

tallliman

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No, I need that one and the one that encompasses Jericho Wood in that region.

I should add that the 2 squares that Green Lane goes through near Aisby were impassable today....I'd have sunk in the mud!
 
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wajc

Über Member
@Supersuperleeds

You've got a choice on the square you were interested in.

1) You can ride down the road to Pasture Farm - it is signposted as a private road. However these are often bridleways as well where cycling/walking and horseriding are allowed - which you could use as an excuse if needed because there is a bridleway that goes to the farm just not from this direction. You do need to go nearly up to the farm though.

Other options are the Red Lane bridleway north out of Welby - 800m, Track A to the east of Welby - 200m North on a track to the side of a field (best in dry conditions), Track B - a 100m walk along the edge of a field and a farm garden.

I think I'll end up using the bridleway when conditions allow as I try to use a permitted route where possible.

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@tallliman

I need the 2 squares between Aisby and Dembleby as well, when the ground drys up I was going to approach the western square from Aisby and the eastern square from Dembleby in the hope that it would be easier to not venture too far down the bridleway
 

tallliman

Veteran
@wajc, I spoke to a horse rider near there who said the bridleway rarely gets properly dry even in the summer. Almost wish I'd done it now but itll wait until summer.
 
Ride up to Lincoln saw me bag another 23 squares which increased the max cluster by 72. Got the awkward looking one near Newton on Trent, as @wajc pointed out it was a relatively easy one to get once I followed his route.

Also rode along the best bridleway ever to grab two squares, the road that lead to it was pot holed to hell, but once I turned onto the bridleway it turned into nice concrete and then once I'd gone through a gate it turned into runway smooth concrete, it was surreal.
 
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wajc

Über Member
I'm guessing the bridleway was the one out of Thurgarton, - it sounds like they must have extended the concrete road recently. Google maps shows it becoming a dirt track near to the last farm you passed on the right and before you get to the squares. I need those 2 squares as well so would be nice to know if it's been improved and can be easily done whatever the weather.
 
I'm guessing the bridleway was the one out of Thurgarton, - it sounds like they must have extended the concrete road recently. Google maps shows it becoming a dirt track near to the last farm you passed on the right and before you get to the squares. I need those 2 squares as well so would be nice to know if it's been improved and can be easily done whatever the weather.
Yes it was, the concrete after the gate looked brand new. definitely baggable whatever the weather. Annoyingly If I'd carried on all the way up I'd have got the next square as well.
 

Soltydog

Legendary Member
Location
near Hornsea
This months century ride saw me grab 20 tiles, max cluster up from 630 to 684, but max sq still 12x12 but I have 9 different 12x12 squares now, only a matter of time before I increase one of them :laugh: but I don't think it will be the one including home , due to the coastline & Humber :sad:
 
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