Captain’s log Star Date: 161020 Our destination today is Millar’s cafe at Heron Lakes. First to sign on for the voyage was Mr Sulu (aka Mike) then came Mr Chekov (aka Matty). Captain Kirk then outlined a possible route to the “Beta” quadrant. Also on board we have Scotty (aka AndyG), Mr Spock (aka Colin) and finally “Bones” (aka Jim).
Our “trek” started from Market Cross with Mr Sulu at the “helm” leading us through town to Weel Bridge. On passing planet Tickton the “transporter” burst into action as Scotty made an appearance off the starboard bow. “Permission to come aboard” he intimated with a wave of the arm.
Taking a swing around planet Routh, the starship Beverley Knights went to Meaux. At this point Mr Sulu engaged Warp factor then the “chase” was on as we all played catch up. Transiting the Kidhill zone we came across a number of Klingons (cars) fortunately this was the “demilitarised zone” and the Klingons all seemed happy to pull over and let us cruise by.
Next up, we visited the planet Skirlaugh taking the “worm hole” towards Rise. Unfortunately we missed the exit, despite Mr Sulu asking where that road leads to. By the time we realised our mistake, we decided to adjust the route through the Hatfield zone. Eventually we made our way back to road we should have been on but decided to take the road to Catwick instead of Catfoss.
On the way into Catwick, we suffered a lot of turbulence caused by disturbances in the “space-time-continuum” (aka road surface). “Shields up” came the cry as we encountered a “Romulan” mobile road block supposedly “improving” the road by filling in the “wormholes”. Sadly the methodology used is not very cycle friendly.
At planet Brandesburton Mr Sulu and Mr Chekov engaged Warp drive once more as the pace picked up with the wind now behind us. In accordance with the “prime directive” we boldly went in search of a cafe to replenish our dwindling reserves. Millar’s at Heron Lake was replicated on the holodeck as we parked our bikes outside the “mess hall”.
With clean plates and empty cups it was time to settle our dues before returning to the “bridge deck”. “Mr Chekov, set a course for home”. The enterprising crew set off once more to return to base and the end of another enjoyable voyage.