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June 04, 2015

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Neha

Am i allowed to fall in love with you? :P

My husband and I are very opposite. While this would be a very happy and ideal holiday for me, he will be bored to death! I'm waiting to see how my toddler grows up to be. If she goes my way (fingers crossed) then we can simply drown his protests in our happy shrieks!

This is all so beautiful and you make it sound even more so.

silvia

amazing

Sharon Moore

Lovely blog. Brings back happy memories of the end of our Coast to Coast Walk last summer which ends in Robin Hood's Bay :)

Nienke

Ooooh amazing. Stop making me jealous! Can't wait - only six weeks and then we're back in the UK as well!

sue

Ops that should have said schhhhh! Not school!

sue

What a lovely blog. I have really enjoyed reading about your recent trip and walks. It's a beautiful area and brought back so many happy memories from our trip there a couple of years ago. Saltburn by the Sea with the yarn bombing and Robin Hood Bay, a quaint little village... School don't tell too many people. Lol

Betty A.

What a lovely post! Your family jaunt is so sweet all the while so typical of a family trek anywhere. Love the pictures of this town, your "new" words and esp. the concept of having water so you can later have a treat (or two). And Bermuda also has some lovely trails which were once railroad lines, very familiar. Thanks for sharing!

Sarah

Looks lovely Luce :) I love Robin Hoods Bay too, although its ages since we have been. Your picnic sounds scrummy! I think I'll let you be in charge of picnic provisions when we go out next week! See you soon. Loads of love xxxxx

Helen

Just love Whitby !!

Claire

I actually love walking along disused railway lines too - has the same nostalgia and don't-need-a-map attraction of canals.

I love the higgledy-piggledyness of Robin's Hood Bay but I have never been to Ravenscar.

Plate/Frisbee tip - clever!

Handmade in Israel

Absolutely love Robin Hoods Bay. We visited a few years ago and could barely drag my son away from the rock pools.

Pam roach

Love your family adventures!

Sharon Brown

A wonderful read Lucy. Many thanks for sharing your world with us

kate

Thanks so much for answering my picnic questions. I do like the idea of a "reward" coffee/beer/ice cream.
That little town, oh my how gorgeous.

cheers Kate

Kate Dengra

Robin Hoods Bay is one of my favourite places in the UK. Although I live in a beautiful part of Spain I still do miss my home town of Scarborough and those lovely coastal villages nearby.

I don't miss the weather though ;-)

lovely blog post Lucy......I feel a bit homesick now

Lisa

Beautiful pictures.
Have a nice weekend.

Lisa

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