Hello. What do you think about this then, my transport to the start of our walk. Paul has a brand new Range Rover, and today I was lucky enough to have a ride in it, as it was his turn to drive. Smart eh! We went over the Humber Bridge, then onto the A63 and turn right on the A1035 to Market Weighton. From there on the A1079 to Pocklington, then a minor road to Millington.
The weather was a bit chilly but dry, although the views were not great due to a touch of fog. Twas a bit misty over yonder. We climbed the hill out of the village, on the Yorkshire Wolds Way, which is also the Minster Way, which is also the Chalkland Way. They all branch off eventually going their separate ways.
We took a left at Gills Farm on our anti clockwise circular route. It was time for lunch but there didn't seem to be anywhere to park our bums, until we turned a corner. Someone must have heard our plea, when suddenly a bench appeared like a mirage in a desert. Just the job, we all managed to squeeze on it.
This is the view from the bench, a great place to sit in the summer. Off we went down there.
Onwards we went crossing over the A166 again Heading for the Roman Road at High Callis Wold. We did a bit of road walking at this point, Past Millington Grange, and Millington Wood, and back into the village. I have no idea what these wooden carved posts are for. They are at the side of the road at the bottom end of Millington Wood.
Catch you tomorrow. Toodle pip