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Long Cove Bay, there was the turning to Gledge End which the youth had promised.
All the same, the main road, making some magnificent sweeps around the higher parts of the moor, was broad and well-surfaced and she realised that there was no need to go into Gledge End, for she found a narrow turning to Wayland and it was not quite dark by the time they stopped the car outside the cabin and the other two had come out to help Tamsin up the steps.
She had mentioned the large house for which the youth had been making after he had jumped out of the car and she had described the rest of the locality and the turning on to the main road to Gledge End.
I got out of the coach at Gledge End when I ought to have stayed in for Long Cove Bay, so it was a real bonus meeting your friends.
The next stop was at an ancient abbey on the further side of Gledge End.
We went right into the town and took the main Gledge End road from there.
Giles had given him, the route the two of them had taken to get to Gledge End and the way they had occupied themselves when they had arrived there.
Plum and Giles thought they ought to go over to Gledge End to make sure everything was all right for Saturday.
Wednesday, Thursday and tonight here, then the afternoon show tomorrow at Gledge End and then the night at the next Youth Hostel and back to our own homes on Sunday.
I went into Long Cove Bay and ate my sandwiches outside the Bull there, went inside for a beer and then I took the main road towards Gledge End and turned off it to by-roads and then stooged around.
Peggy and Pippa were sent out by Giles to the shops in Gledge End to purchase food and soft drinks for the party.
Somebody seems to have got it in for the young people who put on that song-and-dance show at Gledge End.
There is only one direct road from Gledge End to the two-mile drive into the forest to get back to the cabins, and nobody deviated from it.
Besides that, she would have had another forty miles to cycle, even after she reached Gledge End, and she may well have baulked at that, especially if the wind was against her.