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  • Countryside view on the way to Sheepwash, yes you are in farming country
  • Welcome to Sheepwash
  • Route 27 through Sheepwash. These are the signs you will be following
  • Milk Churns on their orriginal stands, yes folks more hints that this is farming country
  • Sheepwash Methodist Church welcomes cyclists
  • Just to help you find the Methodist Church in Sheepwash. It's on the right as you leave the village after the centre
  • The picnic area at the Methodist Church and a table kindly provided
  • The free toilets at the Methodist Church
  • Silage making in Devon Countryside
  • The cyclepath provided north of Hatherleigh to avoid a section of A Raod
  • Market Street Cafe in Hatherleigh. To get here instead of going right and exiting the town head for the centre, pass the shop and it's 50 metres further along on the left
  • Hatherleigh. This area is in the centre of town, but the town is on a slope so keep going up past the shop and cafe on the left to get there
  • A grand view of Dartmoor from Hatherleigh
  • Hatherleigh Monument, to the fallen at the battle of Blaclava. It's on the left after the climb out of Hatherleigh. Great views of Dartmoor as well
  • A thoughtfully provided picnic table by the junction close to Hatherleigh Monument
  • Botherleigh Moor sign. There are a few of these along the coast to coast, made of granite with metalled decoration, quite striking
  • Enjoying the Coast to Coast near Hatherleigh
  • Dappled Country lane, typical high hedged Devon Lane
  • Ah the roads. Well they are OK, but not that smooth. Devon has over 8000 miles to maintain
  • Steep descent to Okehampton
  • Cow Parsley lights up the view to Okehampton and the Moor beyond
  • The pig bike stands of Okehampton. In recognition of the pigs in Medieval times that roamed the streets cleaning up
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