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Travel Blogs from Saltburn-by-the-Sea
At breakfast I chose the porridge with a pinch of salt...think the chef mistook the pinch for a spoonful! Never mind the tea was nice, haha. We paid the bill, packed the car and walked to the city. We walk beside the river Wear before we went in the wonderful Cathedral, which they are spending millions on, then around the town, before settling ...
... clock but it doesn't dong, and it's got cardboard under one end to keep it going. I fiddled and fiddled for ages, and eventually I got it balanced and the dong is now donging...dad would be proud of me! Gary called in to say hello, we didn't get to see the children because they are with their mother. We sent Gary home for the loppers for Dave to use, so he could take the top out of Pat's Bay tree. After a bit of a chat Gary went ...
... and eat our pies, was a fabulous view looking over Scotland one way and England the other.
We drove through Northumberland (Keilder Forest) Blanchland via Hexham, Edmundmyers, Shortley Bridge, Durham, then onto Saltburn.
When we finally arrived at Saltburn we went for a quick walk around to see the townand stretch the legs after being in the car all day and then went back to Julie and Gareths for Dinner.
... for a more modest machine, a Yamaha XMax250 Scooter. On the day the deal was done, Kathleen declared the Salesman to be "quite attractive", and agreed to go for a ride on the back of the scooter, with the salesman "driving". All was declared to be satisfactory. But, subsequently, Kathleen still insists it is far to big for our needs. I like it very much.
Now, Kathleen has acquired the necessary "gear", ie a rather smart Motorcycle ...
Monday 14th October 2013
Find our way to Armitage Trailers to have a towbar fitted to the campervan, and, collect motorcycle trailer.
They kindly loan us a car so we can visit Selby, whilst towbar is fitted
Home by 17:30.