Daniel did the honours with the photos. You can just see the RBL Logo above the human‘s heads! Then without further ado goodbyes were said and we were off.
Alan changed the tight RBL cycle Jersey for a more comfy light dayglo yellow top.
We did cross over this major road using a foot bridge later. Which in many ways was a shame as we then could not stop to view a Soviet Cemetery!
All the humans could do was take a picture from across the busy highway.
Once in the country we were cycling between fields of corn and often poppies, which reminded us of our Camino travels and the friends we had found on them.
The pictures do not do justice to the actual ground.
This was the other end of the railway line and now we followed country roads.
Occasionally the humans paused to study a proper map to ensure we were going in the right direction.
We even followed what Alan thought was a GDR Tank road as it was made out of precast concrete like we have seen on the old inner German border!
Here we were probably at the highest point of the day!
In Friesack the humans stopped for an ice cream!
When we arrived in Rhinow the humans had had enough and Alan noticed a sign advertising rooms to let. He rang up and we were all pleased to be given a room each!
The nice lady that checked us in, also went to the petrol station to get isotonic drinks and mineral water for our humans!