Instead we followed the practically-cobbled Cleveland Way up into the
|Not a great day for views|
Our route called us to take a right turn but we couldn't find it anywhere,
|I'm sure that cloud is chasing us!|
We saw our first Other Walkers on the return leg - a group of nine who
|Not so happy here|
The rain had let up by this time leaving us just with the swirling clouds to contend with. Our path did suddenly become more popular though and we were overtaken by two more walkers, a fell runner and a mountain biker on the steep downhill back to our car. Going downhill also allowed us a sudden improvement in visibility as we came out below the cloud level again. Dave says the mist's effect was more intense but similar to his experience of a cataract. Scary stuff.
|Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk|
I'll finish up by saying Congratulations to everyone who has been doing the Refugee Tales Walk this past week - 'a Walk in solidarity with Refugees and Detainees'. Our friend Andy had signed up to walk the 80 miles from Dover to Crawley and I think the group should be arriving at their destination tomorrow.
|Still smiling at Bloworth Crossing|