These boots are made for walking!
Saltwick Nab from the cliff top
Looking back at Whitby harbour
As usual, my week included its fair share of walking. It’s been muggy, stormy and grey much of the week but, undeterred, the boots have come out.
A little closer to the Nab
On around the bay
Whitby is a little tacky, like many a tourist town, but it has an endearing quality, and is everybody’s choice of the place to go for fish and chips.
The catch has gone- straight to “the chippy”!
Harbour trips, just £2.50 a go!
You can take a Vintage Steam Bus tour, or sample some of the quirky shops.
Whitby ducks- one of my earliest memories!
Love a bit of fudge.
All kinds of “glam” at The Shepherd’s Purse
You can’t leave without buying some Whitby Jet!
A look back at the Abbey, and it’s time to go.
Now you might think the boots would be tired, but my Thursday Nordic walking group think differently. By complete contrast, we’re off to the Tees Barrage next.
The Barrage dams the River Tees, and there’s often a playful seal in the water, looking for company. This morning, the White Water facility is in use by the lads from the fire brigade, doing their fitness training. After a pause to admire, we follow the river bank to the Infinity Bridge. There are foot and cycle tracks on both sides of the river, and damp runners and cyclists pass us by. (just a bit more rain)
Isn’t this bridge just magical?
End on a high- my favourite shot!
Time to hang up my boots for another week. Come out with me next time? I’m sure Cate, of Show My Face, will be my generous hostess again on Six Word Saturday. Follow the links to join in, or view my previous posts on the button.