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This weekend kickstarted with a class trip to York and Whitby. These trips are always fun because everything is already payed for and I had to do absolutely no planning. We woke up bright eyed and bushy tailed(aka the bus left at 8 am so I rolled out of bed) and headed on our 4 hour trek to the coast. The bus ride was nice, we got to make up for lost time and sleep more. We first stopped at York. We toured York Minster as a ...
... Bay instead.
Great to see so many Hardmoors friends as we got ourselves ready for whatever the day would bring. Andy was marshalling at Ravenscar where we would come through twice. He's working really hard to get his Achilles sorted and has to by May when we do the Hardmoors 160!!
A quickish race brief and we were off. The rain had gone and we headed up the Cinder path towards Whitby. Sheltered at times but the wind soon wobbled you when the gust ...
... 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
Much as we would have loved to have stayed for the Goth Festival proper, Jayne and myself decided to head back as we needed to get back home to sort some things out. One of them being Grant......who has now embarked on his new life as an apprentice Engineer and is based in Somerset. Grant had come home for the weekend after a week of staying in a tent on Dartmoor...in the howling winds and pouring rain.....all part of the new regime ...
... rooms with displays, tea shop and store. They have trail maps. We find a loop of about 4 miles called Danby Rigg. It takes us to the village of Antithorpe which is one of the oldest in the area then up a slope to the moorland ridge. There are 3 types of heather turning the hills pink. Standing stones line the trail and the sheep keep it from turning back to forest. After about a mile on the ridge we head back down the ...