Author: Sue

Coast to Coast 2019 – Days Six and Seven

Days Six and Seven Day six was a trip from Thirsk to Stockton on Tees by way of Rudland Rigg and the Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge. The surface of Rudland Rigg had changed significantly since our last visit just over two years ago. There has been a lot of work done on the descent at the northern end and the trick…

Coast to Coast 2019 – Day Five

Day five We headed out from excellent farmhouse accommodation at Newsham just south of the A66 for our overnight stop in Thirsk.. Our first lane had a pretty ford and then we climbed into the hills.  When we arrived at the next UCR it had a motor vehicles prohibited sign which was disappointing as we had checked the legality of…

Coast to Coast 2019 – Day Four

Day four From Garsdale Head near Hawes we travelled to Newsham just south of the A66. The start of the day was damp and misty but soon the sun came out and gave us more spectacular view from the high route we had chosen. We started with the Cam Road and High Cam Road in the Pennines and went on…

Coast to Coast 2019 – Day Three

Day Three Starting at Great Salkeld we headed towards Garsdale Head near Hawes. We have dipped our tyres in some lovely fords today and travelled across some rocky roads high in the fells. The last time we crossed the ford on Breasthigh Road it was at the limit of our wading depth, today it barely made the wheels wet!. Not only…

Coast to Coast 2019 – Day Two

Day TWO It was a shorter day today with time to wander around Keswick and check out the shops. We travelled from Whitehaven to Great Salkeld. Starting with a fantastic lane overlooking Loweswater, around the back of Latrigg and along the Old Coach Road. The Coach Road has had a lot of work done on it since we were here…

Norfolk Lanes December 2018

A quick trip away between Christmas and New Year has become a bit of a tradition for us. It started almost by accident but has become an important part of our annual holidays. This is the fourth year we have enjoyed laning with Heather and Mark (like Ralph and myself they are members of the Essex Land Rover Club) We…

On Location with The Telegraph – Our Day in Front of the Camera

Way back in November ELRC was asked to help out with some filming. A crew from The Telegraph were making a film about Land Rovers and needed some background action images. Our proximity to London made us an easy choice. The team came by train and were picked up from the local station by Discovery – their studio for the…

Laning with ELRC in June

The weather has been hot, hot, hot! We have been working hard at our real jobs and when Ray said that he needed an extra leader for the June laning trip it seemed like a good excuse to get out of the office. Yesterday we met at Sainsbury’s in Chelmsford and headed out for some local laning and then towards…

2018 National at Stainby

Last year we were away on our epic tour of Scotland and so we missed attending the 2017 ALRC National, it was the first one we had missed since 2004. The previous five years we had provided the role of official photography with pictures on display in the beer tent in the evening. This year the plan was to just…