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... are lovely, particularly when you have a nice group of friends and family to talk to. Then today I had a gorgeous walk in the cold sun along Cleethorpes beach. Since being home I've managed to catch up with different friends and enjoyed spending time with my family. Days like all of these make me see that there is just as much beauty and happiness to be found in the UK as there is in the rest of the world. I'm just going to see more of the world to make ...
... Visited an ASDA store which is a kind of cross between The Warehouse and a supermarket. Some very good prices!
... was over. The sun was setting and gave a glorious red sky to help motivate us. Andy started to pick up speed and led the way, at times faster than I really wanted to be going but then he'd slow so it felt a comfortable pattern. High Paradise farm, 39,5 miles came quicker than I expected and it was still daylight which was wonderful. Great to see Tim Taylor and know it wasn't far now.
We'd got lost on the next section last time as we followed a good path down the hill ...
- It was strange arriving in my home town after being away for 50 years. Only a few hours later I was at the Victoria Ground, watching Hartlepool play and beat Mansfield in a football match 1 - 0.
Whitby is not the easiest place to get to by train however the long journey is well worth the effort, whether for a fish and chip lunch, the attractive town itself or the scenery that you can admire en-route. This was also the first time that we have arrived into Whitby by train.
Our journey from Derby started on the 07.13 CrossCountry service to Darlington, where we then changed for a Northern service ...
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