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It’s late and I’m running out of time to post so I’ll restrict myself to pictures. Today we walked part of the Cleveland Way from Whitby to Robin Hood’s Bay. It’s only 6.5 miles, but it’s quite a challenging walk as it’s undulating with quite a few drops and climbs. Even so, it’s worth it because it offers some superb views of the coast. Here’s a few pictures from the trip.

The entrance to Whitby harbour seen from the cliffs by the Abbey.
Saltwick Nab seen from the Cleveland way.
Shipwreck by Black Nab
Fishing boat dropping lobster/crab pots.
Whitby lighthouse is still owned by Trinity House but the site incorporates holiday lets.
The beach at Robin Hoods bay, looking South.
Cliffs North of Robin Hoods bay in late afternoon light.

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