Day 13 – Danby Wiske to Ingleby Arncliffe

Flat
Flat All Day, but Good on the Feet

Well, I needed to do 2 days of posts this evening and I am getting sleepy.  I just posted Day 12, a day late, and now I am going to rush through Day 13, because I am tired and it was uneventful, anyway.

However, TOMORROW may be one of our prettier days.  As usual, with our pretty days, we will have lots of climbs and descents.  We are entering the North York Moors National Park tomorrow.  We may even catch our first glimpse of the North Sea!

Moors in Distance
In the Distance, You Can See the Hills of the North York Moors!

We have about a 50 miles to go now. Without any wrong turns, the overall length of our walk at the end should be between 200 and 210 miles. Joel will give me closer numbers in the next day or two.  However, we can say with certainty that we are now 3/4 of the way there!

So, although it could be a short evening tomorrow – it is a long day with a lot of ups and downs – I should have nice pictures from tomorrow’s walk.

Funny Farm
A Farm with a Sense of Humor
Satanic Farm
Satanic Farm on the Route

We arrived fairly early at our B&B, a very nice one, in Ingleby Ancliffe.  Now, I need to sleep for tomorrow.  To finish up, I will post a picture of me at the welcome sign for the village and another of Joel at our B&B.

Ingleby Arncliffe
Entering Ingleby Anrcliffe
B&B
Infront of the B&B

 

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Author: Jeff

International banker, now turned painter, collector, blogger and hiker. Also, in the last few years, a leukemia survivor, which has been a life-changer for me in more ways than one! Follow my blog at a-long-walk.com.

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