A Day at the Seaside, British Style …

North Yorkshire

… involves …

 

Oh, and most importantly, fish and chips.

Staithes, North Yorkshire August 2020.

48 thoughts on “A Day at the Seaside, British Style …

    1. The weather wasn’t so much fabulous as Bracingly British. Which was fine. Choose your destination wisely and a day at the seaside is a great option. Resorts are not ok!

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      1. Ah love a few bracing coastal days and away from the crowds too. We’ve found that a longish walk from the car park to any beach usually keeps the numbers down at the beach. Trouble is carrying the windbreak, blankets , water, food . . . . . etc.

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  1. Looks a lot quieter than down here! I remember those cliffs – my youngest two and I had to dodge rocks falling from them as we walked into the town from the beach (having walked from Runswick Bay) in the snow! Nice toasted teacakes and a mug of hot chocolate was our reward 🙂

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    1. Scarily, the rocks are still falling. More than Social Distancing required! I think that not having miles and miles of golden sand will always help Staithes remain civilised.

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    1. Never mind the children, WE liked the rock pools. Especially the one with empty snail shells being considered for immediate occupation by dozens of hermit crabs,

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  2. I loved Staithes the one time I visited it! Wonderful photos, especially the rock-pooling one. The wellingtons, the waterproof waders, the cosy jumper, the baggy nappy! Just like so many photos of my seaside holidays as a child and as a mum. I hope you are all well, Margaret?

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  3. Am I getting old or do fish & chips taste MUCH better out of vinegar soaked newspaper? LOL. I LOVE the British seaside, even in bad weather when we all grit our teeth in a force 10 gale and declare what a wonderful time we’re having! 🙂

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