End of the line

End of the line

It was our last day in Runswick Bay and dad thought it would be nice to explore the village and do the circuit. We said goodbye to the Chingwell contingent and headed down the hill. Dad left me off lead when we got there.
poppy the westie on steps at Runswick Bay
instead of going to the beach we went along the main road
poppy the westie on the main road at Runswick bay 2
there were lots of lanes to explore
poppy the westie exploring Runswick Bay in the sunshine
I even found one that took us straight to the beach
poppy the westie in a lane at Runswick bay
On the beach I played with a Jack Russel in the sea
poppy the westie and friend on sands of Runswick bay
Dad said he was a ball thief, so we never played ball when he was around
poppy the westie back on the beach at Runswick bay in the sunshine
I decided to investigate the Hob Holes to se if I could find one of these Hobs, Not in here mum.
poppy the westie in Hobs Hole at Runswick bay
At the top of the cliff there were a lot more peoplsees today, The wind had gone away and the fields were not dancing as much.
daisys and wheat
We made to the station and played some ball on the platform
poppy the westie on the railway platform ketleness
Retracing our steps from the other day when we got to the house after bridge 4 two dogs were getting their mum to chase them. For us it was the end of the line.
The end of the line runswick bay rail road.
As we were coming back to Betsy, mum and dad were admiring a garden. The old peoplsee who owned it showed mum and dad around it, she even took us through her garage to see her back garden! Later that night we went out for dinner to the Badger Hound, most of the camp site was there! I liked it lots because I got Burger and Fishees!
Runswick Bay in the sun shine

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