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... radiate off the bride and groom for the whole day as they have each other's love and all of their favourite people in one room at the same time. Watching my little sister get married increased this feeling tenfold. A lot of these people in this room were my favourite people too (the whole extended family had been invited) and I can't even find the words to say how much Harriet and her happiness mean to me. She looked beautiful and calm throughout and ...
... just to let the blood flow back to them. With Andy being a little slower this was possible.
The route from here was tricky at times and Andy checked the map a few times just to make sure. I could remember most of it but not always the junctions. Then we were passing Rievaulx Abbey and Andy picked up speed for the last couple of miles. I struggled keeping up with him, it was an amazing recovery. A few twists and turns and we could see the lights of Helmsley and ...
... shopping and numerous fish and chip shops - a good job we arrived just in time for lunch!
Our lunch was had at the Quayside fish and chip restaurant which was voted the best in the UK in the 2014 annually held competition. The fish and chips (or chunky homemade fish cake for Heather) were very nice, but a tad expensive at £10.00 for cod and chips. It is hard to tell whether these really are the best ...
... snow on the ground which is pretty cool. We stayed at a really neat hostel that was right next to the ruins of Whitby Abbey.
The next day we toured the Abbey ruins and got in trouble for climbing on it. There were no signs designating we couldn't and with 36 students, some are bound to be rule breakers. When in doubt, do it and ask for forgiveness later(haha). Then we hiked 12 miles on the bluff above the sea around Whitby. ...
So we stopped for a spot of morning tea. We may have tasted a few wild strawberries growing nearby as well.
After morning tea we again found ourselves walking in beautiful woodland. We followed the Little Beck as it made its way through Little Beck Wood, at the start of which Sue and I sampled some wild gooseberries.
Not for the first time we had gone from walking on almost barren moors to strolling in dense woods in the blink of an eye.
In the wood we ...