England’s East Coast


No  connection to the net on Monday so a day late in the upload

Another wet and windy night due to limited facilities at the camp we decided to go into Berwick. Finding Morrison’s we repaid the use of their toilets by having a cooked breakfast. We continued down the coast, Holy Island will have to wait until September as the tide was in. Familiar landmarks such as Bambrugh Castle, Views of the Farne Islands and Seahouses. After the nice lady at the car park at Alnmouth let us park for the rate of a car rather than a motorhome we had a cuppa and a walk on the beach. Lots of families enjoying the sun. It never surprises me to see how local fishing boats differ around the country’s coast. The little pot boats off the beach all had a canvass cover at their bow I guess to protect the one man pulling his crab pot up. On the sands I spotted a flat fish swimming in about 3 inches of water. It saw my camouflaged crocs and thinking it was seaweed swam towards me and tried to hide under my foot. Took some pictures but not that clear due to the light reflecting. Now time for an Ice Cream before a fully serviced camp site at Bellingham. Now heading back to the coast at Newbiggin-by-the sea.

crab boat

crab boat

CRAB BOAT

A FISHY TALE

A FISHY TALE

A day at the seaside

A day at the seaside

Banbrugh Castle

Banbrugh Castle

an ice cream atlast

an ice cream at last

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