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Marty takes in the view back from whence we came

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Meeting the locals

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This ride crosses Pantony station and prior permission is needed.
We had rung ahead and Jack the the dogs came out to greet us.

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What's not to smile about

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Tea time

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7hrs total time.. I reckon 4hr worth of cuppa tea breaks

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Veiw of the back side of the crown

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Craig and Mark with Pantonys crown in the background

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We'd pretty much circled around the crown by this stage

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Dark skys over Pantoneys crown

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Belly the cycling pirate

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Marty on the descent down Baal Bone Gap

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This is steeper than it looks

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Paul still going

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Landed in the country from the UK on Saturday, his brother organises to get him out for a ride.
Its a 70km ride I figure he must have been doing a fair bit in Scotland. It was at about the 50km mark with another 20km all up hill where he confesses he hasn't ridden in 7 months

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