Journey’s End

Journey’s End Originally uploaded by Lincoln Imp And then it was all over. 192 miles in 12 days and despite all that nature put in our way, which included Fylingdales moor and the in destinct path which we never found (even when the gps said we had!) we made it. The photo was taken on the shoreline just before completing […]

Almost there

Almost there Originally uploaded by Clive_lincs Had a cream tea and we are just waiting for the families to arrive so we can dip out feet in the. But of course the tide is out.

Last day

Last day Originally uploaded by Clive_lincs So we set and stopped. Could not pass the Signal Tea Rooms at Grosmont station. Weather perfect for our final fifteen miles.

Time to reflect

Time to reflect Originally uploaded by Lincoln Imp This is the first day I’ve really thought about the end of our/my journey. In fact I’ve been in quite a reflective mood. The trip was always going to be a challenge as I’d never walked more that 10 miles before Clive suggested doing the Coast to Coast. Our training and preparation […]

Day 10

Day 10 Originally uploaded by Lincoln Imp Having seen the forecast, which said ‘Heavy Rain’ and chance of Thunderstorms!, we consulted the map to see if we could get to Chop Gate any early by taking a short cut. So taking a right we headed towards Scugdale Hall and the over Wath towards Risedale and finally Chop gate thus saving […]

What a morning!

What a morning! Originally uploaded by Lincoln Imp Taken looking down towards Chop Gate, Bilsdale. A beautiful morning, and while cloudier later it was great leaving this morning. Jusr 19 miles to take us to within 15 miles of the finish. So that’s about 175 miles done.

Coming into Risedale

Coming into Risedale Originally uploaded by Lincoln Imp The walk into Risedale was easier due to the break between the showers. Tomorrow’s forecast is equally grim and no hope for short cuts. Still only 35 miles to go.

We can see…

We can see… Originally uploaded by Clive_lincs …The sea

We can see…

We can see… Originally uploaded by Clive_lincs …The sea

Journeys end for today

Journeys end for today Originally uploaded by Lincoln Imp The water tower at Ingelby Arncliffe just 3/4 of a mile from the Blue Bell at Ingelby cross. Only rained on once today which was a nice change & it only took 9hrs to get here. Sore and aching feet revived in the shower ready for tomorrow.