Days 41 & 42 Robin Hood’s Bay

Saturday and Sunday 16-17 May 2015

Rest days
Bank House Cottage, Robin Hood’s Bay

It was nice to spend a couple of days in Robin Hood’s Bay staying in one of the quirky fishermen’s cottages at the bottom of the steep hill. The weather wasn’t too bad and I was determined to go for a first dip in the sea on my trip, so Sally and I braved the cold sea twice. Once at Hayburn Wyke, a magical place where the beck flows onto the stony beach, and on Sunday morning in Robin Hood’s Bay before breakfast. Invigorating is the word.  

swimming (briefly) at Hayburn Wyke. Freezing!
 I went back to Ravenscar when the tide was out to get a good look at Peak Fault, the only fault line I know of in Britain. I thought it was impressive. It was also a chance to watch the seal colony that basks at the base of the cliff.  

The fault line (actually a ‘V’ shape) at Peak Fault
 Weather forecast is predicting rain for much of the next week as I tackle the Northern towns of Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Sunderland and Newcastle. I am therefore expecting a big contrast to last week. 

3 thoughts on “Days 41 & 42 Robin Hood’s Bay

  1. chris frazer May 18, 2015 / 5:39 am

    Awesome as always……keep going…watch yourself as you head toward those cities……although coast to South Shields is impressive……get to Morpeth ASAP and head north……..Alnmouth is beautiful as is Alnwick. Northumberland is just magical.

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  2. Steve Thomas May 18, 2015 / 9:50 pm

    Keep up the good work Lucy and fantastic blog, it’s like my favourite history teacher and personal series of coast. Take care and enjoy! Stevie T, Mrs T, C & A xxxx

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    • Lucy May 18, 2015 / 10:40 pm

      Glad you’re enjoying it

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