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... absolutely spectacular and has probably been on of the best things I have done on this trip so far. By mile 7 I was feeling pretty defeated though and my outer appearance matched that description as well. I had all my layers torn off and hanging on my purse, waist, and shoulders. I basically had 2 heavy capes flowing from my back. It was a sight to see (apologies for not having a picture to prove it). Also, so much mud ...
... thighs were those hills were brutal!! My thighs screamed and I suffered. I was so relieved with each downhill or flat to be able to run again and often overtook the more cautious but they soon sped past me on the climbs. Had Roseberry Topping not given me the power to climb! I only smiled to support other runners or to fool the supporters into thinking I was enjoying myself.I didn't ast long in my waterproof as I warmed up very quickly. Luckily Ravenscar came quicker than ...
... will neiher confirm or deny that the free wine and mead tasting assisted in our enjoyment!If any town/village in England holds a place in our hearts and minds as a must see it would be York, even ignoring the " pay till you bleed" parking fees, this is one of those towns that we couldn't visit just once. Founded in AD71 by the Romans it was then known as Eboracum and named as the capital city of North Britannia. About 30 years later a wall was built around aproximately ...
... about getting Hoka's so asked a few people what they thought of their's and tried to remember which ones not to get as I wanted them slip away!
Up from the stream and onto to the Moor I forgot we headed down to the Lyke Wake route before we head up to the Cross. It was great to see John Vernon and Mark Dalton there, poor lads as this would be the last check point too so they would be out for a long time.
Over the Moors to the trees
... we wanted to see him before he headed off. Once again it was a bit of a trek getting back and took about 7 hours. The folks had stayed on at Whitby and told us it was mobbed with the undead on Saturday night....and much more busy than it had been on the Friday. What we had seen was impressive and we may head back next year for the full weekend.......so if it's something you may be vaguely interested in....I'd suggest you visit.