Sunday, 5 August 2018

Craster via Rumbling Kern

Eight of us set off in two cars and arrived at Craster car park. The forecast was for an overcast day but once again we confounded expectations and had a  sunny and pleasantly warm outing. Some of us did not bring our sun cream though.

Instead of the traditional route to Dunstanburgh we headed off along a path behind the car park to fields adjacent to the old quarry.
Those trees look interesting.
Here we are (apart from me -and Terry who was on the phone)
We gathered around a trig point with splendid views- Dunstanbrough castle, the Cheviots and this.

This cow was serene in its very own muck heap but moved on when it drew a crowd.

Lunch was at idyllic Rumbling Kern. Mary sought the shade

There was not a lot of rumbling as the tide was out!
Approaching Craster along the St Oswalds way

Checking out Anne's holiday snaps at the pub afterwards!

A super walk- thanks to John & Marie. Next blog entry will be our weekend away at Saltburn!

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