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Thank you picksycap. I have been to the Yorkshire coast, Whitby and Robin Hood Bay but not here. I live in Kent so have the Kent coast near me which is totally different...Sue
Thank you, I am loving the pics of this area, the Yorkshire coast simply cannot be beaten for me.
Sounds good Sue and we can all meet at the pub for a drink :-))
I think you will have the full force of the North Sea coming over your house when it's stormy. I'm like you waxwing, I could sit for hours watching the waves especially when it's rough. Thanks...Sue
How utterly beautiful! I, too, could live here. Since you have dibs on the brick house, Sue, I'll take the little white one on the far right. I love storms and that would be the home to live in for a storm lover!
...and I'll have the red roof, brick house with white door facing the sea on the front. Bit of a steep walk but we could do alternate days for coffee in the morning, I'll bring the cakes. Thanks Kari...Sue
I could live here. The large white house on the hillside would suit me perfectly.... haha. Thanks Sue! :-))
Thank you Denise for your kind comments. I enjoy going through the photos and choosing the 'pics of the day'...SueSeafood it is then Joyce. It's a beautiful flower, more like a painting than the real thing. Thanks...Sue
Hi Sue, I always look forward to your pictures and I am never disappointed, but today has been more spectacular than ever. Four great puzzles. Thanks sue
Definitely game for fresh, local seafood. YUMMMI've meant to mention, love that flower you are using for your avatar. :))))
Isn't this village spectacular nestling at the bottom of the cliff. I'll join you for a walk on the beach then we must find the local pub. I would like to try some locally caught seafood, how about you Joyce. Thanks...Sue
Great view, love the houses & their orange roofs. I would enjoy walking along that wall and then down onto the sand to the water's edge. Thanks Sue!! :)))(time, 6:26)