Wednesday 18 November 2015

Staithes to Mulgrave.

We walked from Staithes to the beach at Mulgrave then back again. A lovely coastal walk with some great views enhanced by the good weather and beautiful blue skies. It was a steep climb down to the sea at Mulgrave but well worth it. It was an unusual spot with many interesting shacks sheltering under the cliffs and the shale on the beach was full of fossils. The children were delighted to discover clay which they could mould and we'd all have liked to have lingered longer but needed to return before too long to feed the parking meter at Staithes.

I'd like some of the lovely October weather back. It's been so stormy here for days on end, we're all fed up of the wind and rain. To top it all our heating has now packed in so the house is feeling cold and damp too. Grrr...


soyfrano said...

Πολύ όμορφη βόλτα και πολύ όμορφες φωτογραφίες,εδώ ο ήλιος επιμένει να στέκει αγέρωχος!

driftwood said...

that's one of my favourite walks, we usually try to time it so the tide is out and we can walk along the shore to Port Mulgrave and along the cliffs back, that steep climb up is a killer though!

Lyn said...

more stunning photos!
I love the shack/caravan! and I too wish we had the sunshine back, hope you get the heating sorted soon.....snow on the way so they say! xxx

Anonymous said...

I hope your heating is fixed soon!

How big was that grasshopper in real life?

Mike@Bit About Britain said...

Wonderful series of photos.

Mrs. Micawber said...

Oh no! I hope the heating is now working properly. It's been grey and misty and damp here for days. We've forgotten what the sun looks like.

What a lovely walk. I liked the scattered rocks on the beach, and the ammonites(?). Moldable clay! That sounds like so much fun. Were you tempted to bring some back in your pocket?

Have just scrolled back to enjoy your holiday photos - such charming seaside houses. The Sycamore Gap is stunning (especially with the family in silhouette), and the robin shot is wonderful. What happened to October and November?

Good luck with your class. Wishing you all a warm December. :)


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