I will live near it someday.
So for the past couple of days, I have been spending it with Jane Lockwood and Anthony, sorry I do not know your last name, who live in Leeds. I went to Leeds to stay with Jane while in the Uk and ended up visiting York and Coastal towns. Which I thought was more than fine. I thought York was nice but I loved the coastal towns. I have to admit the birds did keep me on edge at times, but it was amazingly breath-taking beautiful. I think I liked Robin Hood Bay the most. Cool name right!
Anthony told me about the Coast to Coast walk and that a pub in Robin Hood Bay is the end point, I sort of want to try the walk. I know it is like 100+ miles long but I think with the right people it could be awesome.
There was a small bridge near the waters edge that a small stream was coming from. A young boy, maybe 5 or 6, was standing at the opening yelling for the Troll named Gary to come out. It didn't. Then the boys father called him from the pub and the boy ran away. If I acted like that child I would be thought as insane, I wish I could yell under bridges for trolls and in trees for fairies and such. Well I could I guess.
I am not used to hills. My legs are killing me. I am used to chicago/evanston which is virtually flat. It might just be that I am out of shape, but I would rather think I am just not used to it.
But back to the ocean, I will live by it someday. It will probably be in Maine or some other eastcoast US city.
I miss Maine, it is too bad I am not going back to camp this year, I really love it. There are very few constants in my life, but I think Pine Island will be one, at least I hope it will be. And to all you PICers you are one of a kind, have never met any group like you and never been anywhere with any hint of the same atmosphere.
Well, I am now in Edinburgh, Scotland and am trying to plan out my days ahead. I think I am going to take a day tour friday to Loch Ness and tomorrow explore the hilly city.
Oh and I will try and get photos up as soon as possible, sorry it is taking me awhile.
Much love and adventures