Saturday, 18 February 2012

No.10: Silver Lincs Way

Linking Grimsby and Louth, this rural route celebrates the Silver Jubilee of the Grimsby / Louth group of The Ramblers' Association.
Starting from the roundabout in Scartho, on the edge of Grimsby, the route uses surprisingly pleasant field paths and tracks to Barnoldby-le-Beck, Brigsley and Ashby-cum-Fenby, before hitting higher ground at East Ravendale.
A beautiful, undulating route leads south from here towards Louth, where the run finishes at the famous town-centre church.

Saturday 18th February, 25 miles

A less than promising start at Scartho.

More like it. Track skirting Bradley Gairs.

The beautiful mess of nature.

Good running at Bedlam Hill.

Striding out towards Brigsley.

Quiet tracks towards Ashby-cum-Fenby.

Against the sky.

New Waltham windmill.

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.

Climbing to the A18 - Grimsby's Dock Tower in the far distance.

Strong winds and rain call for action at East Ravendale.

Spoilt for choice.

Snowdrops in Wold Newton.

Woodland stardust.

Through The Valley to Beesby Top.

Shetland Ponies in Beesby.


Taking a battering in the weather.


Long road past Utterby.

Rolling hills, Wyham.

Container ships on the horizon.

Up the hill to the summer sky.


Turn left at the little house, Welton-le-Wold.

Catalogue Pose Mk. One : Leaning against the fireplace, lost in contemplation


Catalogue Pose Mk. Two: Hiking in the woods, relaxed but sporty.

Inspired on the climb up Jack's Furze.

Perfect Day.

North Sea wind turbines.

Along the bottom path, Hubbard's Hills.

The White Cliffs of Louth.

Almost done.


Another random glove.



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