I got underway before 8 again and was looking forward to the ride down to Scarborough on the Cinder Track cycle path.
I rode some of this back in 2011 and it was like a WW1 battle field after a week of heavy shelling so I gave up and got on the road pretty quick.
Things must have improved since then, right? Well, a bit. It's still pretty rough in places and very slow going to avoid all the massive holes and rocks.
The good thing about it is that it stays high and flat being a former railway line. There are also some great views.
When I got to within about 5 miles of Scarborough, I got off and hit the road and was there in no time at all.
I had something to eat in Scarborough, then climbed out of the town and into the Yorkshire Wolds. Really nice riding here - the hills are manageable and the roads quiet.
The miles were really starting to tick by and I reckoned I could make it over the bridge to a decent looking campsite I'd found.
I caught site of the bridge and thought I'd be there in no time. About an hour later I finally got there! I guess it's so huge it appears much closer than it actually is!
The crossing was great fun as it always is on monster bridges.
It was a bit of a treck down a rubbish path on the other side (I should have just taken the road) but I got there in the end.
It's a great site on an Alpaca farm in the middle of nowhere. It even has its own pub called the Alpaca Arms!
There's a chippy in the next village, but I really can't be bothered to cycle there, so the bloke suggested I order a pizza in from Barton as they deliver out here. So that's what I've done!
Should be here any minute!