Hello. I've had a belting day out with my walking buddies, Paul and Paul. Storm Doris has gone and we enjoyed a mostly sunny day with hardly any wind. Paul organized the route and the other Paul did the driving. We went over the Humber Bridge into Yorkshire, and parked at a village called Birdsall, not far from Pocklington. The Yorkshire Wolds have lovely walks, up hill and down dale, gentle undulating hills. We set off along The Centenary Way.
It's in the conservatory at the rear of someone's house. A lady came out to serve me and I bought us all a flapjack each.
Out of Thixendale we followed the Centenary Way, through DeepDale to Wharram Percy.
Time for lunch, lucky to find a bench to sit on in the sun.
Where shall we go next, I don't know you've got the map.
We were on our way back to Birdsall when I spotted a couple of big hairy cows with horns in a field.
If you want to know more about Thixendale and Wharram Percy, the Happy Hiker has done a post on his web site about his walk in the area, with pictures similar to mine.
We're at the weekend again, I hope it's a good one for you. I shall be pottering and thinking about my walking trip. Checking maps, and gathering bits and bobs for my rucksack, trying to keep the weight as low as I can.
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