1 July 2019

Staithes & Runswick Bay

Surf spots found by son William lead him to far away places we should see;  thats what we have been doing today. Delightful little fishing villages nestling between cliffs and stradling streams that have made natural harbours.  When the storm swell rises and the surf is high William parks his camper van at the top of the hill to clamber down the steep cliff path.
Wandering through these places today was a delight. Sitting in the sun nibbling crab sandwiches tea and ice cream. Gardens in full blossom. Gull chicks on every other rooftop.

The Cobble high and dry at low tide

Looking towards the lifeboat station

Captain Cook hailed from these parts

Spot the gull chicks

Gardens in full blossom and full sun

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