On Saturday we went to Hornsea Mere, which is reputably the biggest pond in Europe, or something like that. We were lucky enough to see a Mute swan with it's cygnets and also the much rarer Whooper Swan.
This is Jack, we met him at Goathland. I've never read a Harry Potter book or seen a Harry Potter film, but I do know that some of the film was filmed at Goathland station, maybe Jack was in it, does anyone recognise him?
and when we looked down from the top of the 99 steps, this is what we saw. Later in the day, Katie and me walked the full length of the furthest pier. The last bit can be quite scary, especially if there is any wind, but I was ok because Katie held my hand.
When we got to the top of the 99 steps we saw this, we had a quick scout around but couldn't find any sign of Dracula, perhaps it was the wrong time of day. If you click on the photo and blow it up, notice how weather beaten the gravestones are.
This shop doesn't sell cakes, everything you see is actually soap. Tina wanted to have a look inside, but we didn't feel we could trust Harry, so Tina went in with Katie and me and Harry decided to climb the 99 steps up to Whitby Abbey.
The bird is a young Dipper and the main reason why I got the new camera (to take pictures of birds). The sheep are for those of you who don't like birds. For those of you who don't like sheep or birds, come back tomorrow.