I had a day out yesterday, met up with Vicki from our Walking Group, in her stomping ground of East Yorkshire. The route we took was from Flamborough to the coast at South Landing, then follow the coastline high up on the cliff tops, past Selwicks Bay, to North Landing, then turn inland from Thornwick Bay back to the start. We walked seven miles.
The weather was perfect. A bit more sun would have been nice, but there was no wind, no rain, and it was quite warm. We were lucky.
Through the car park, and over the Whalebone Bridge.about this bridge here.
more information here. And also here.
I've been walking around the Flamborough coastline a few times before. Here's a link to a report I did from a previous trip, just over four years ago. I was with my sister and her hubby.Back at the house we had a drink and cake, lovely. I was very impressed with Vicki's record keeping, every walk she does, right from the start of the challenge three years ago, is recorded in her book. Does anyone else do this? I just put the miles down on the calendar.
I called in at Morrisons at Beverley on the way back, and found some yellow stickers, so that's the food sorted for the next week. My furry babies were waiting for me when I got back. It's nice to open the door and see their little faces. Oscar greeted me as soon as I got out of the car, waiting to come in. He is fitting in quite well into the routine.
Thanks to Vicki for being my guide, and thanks to her lovely hubby for giving my car a wash. I hadn't noticed how clean it was coming home in the dark.Good job Vicki texted to tell me, I would have wondered how it went from dirty to clean, and I hadn't done it.
Sewing today, that little jaunt has boosted my miles. I could have a day off, but I might go out and do a bit more later. ilona