Day 19 in Photos – Glaisedale to Littlebeck

Breakfast at Beggar’s Bridge:

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Stepping stones across the Esk at Egton Bridge:

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A garden at Egton Bridge:

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St. Hedda’s Church:

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On the permissive path through Egton Estates, an old toll road:

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The steam train at Grosmont:

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At the Hazelwood Tea Room:

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Looking back at Eskdale as we climbed up to the moor:

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The sea, with the Abbey at Whidby in the distance:
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We think this is “gorse” on the moor:

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On the moor again — sheep, heather, and one of the “High Bride Stones” of Sleights Moor:

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Low Quebec Farm, above Littlebeck:

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Arrival at Intake Farm:

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3 comments on “Day 19 in Photos – Glaisedale to Littlebeck

  1. pattygriffin says:

    beautiful pictures and descriptions the past few days. so glad that the weather has cleared and that you are both healthy and walking well on these last days.

  2. Valerie says:

    Breathtaking!

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