we stayed at Paxton
This is Whiteadder water
This is Cove -it has a smugglers tunnel and a mine and a brill beach
The natural harbour at Cove has been used by local fishermen since the early 1600s, and during the 1700s a number of efforts were made to improve it. These included the digging of the remarkable tunnel through the headland that still provides access to the beach, together with a series of side chambers used to store locally caught fresh fish and a wide range of smuggled goods from the continent. The side chambers continued to be used as changing rooms by hardy bathers until they were sealed up in 1981. Despite this, the walk through to the rock shelter at the far end of the tunnel is an interestingly eerie experience.
The Mine !
view out of the mine -it goes very deep under the sea!
entrance to the mine
our trip to Berwick
Union Chain Bridge oldest suspension bridge still carry traffic we drove across this !
I tried some honey it was great !
a old london bus !
we went to see a stone circle at Duddo
we went to Lindisfarne or Holy Island
we are looking for sea creatures in the rock pool can you see the castle ?
A TIDAL ISLAND: Holy Island is linked to the mainland by a long causeway. Twice each day the tide sweeps in from the North Sea and covers the road. Tide times and heights can be accurately predicted from the phases of the Moon. Severe weather can produce offsets, particularly with strong winds from the North and Northeast. The causeway crossing times are forecasted 'safe' crossing times. Nevertheless, travellers should remain vigilant if crossing near the extremeties.
we met Kate my half sister -Kate lives a long way ,way away
Leo wanted Kate's chain !
I played Chess with my mum !
we vistied Newcastle for the Day and went to the great north museum