A clear night and very chilly morning, but what a beautiful day. Today we made the quite significant detour around Blyth Harbour to reach the beaches to the north of Blyth, finding plenty of parking along the front in amongst the narrow strip of low dunes. Firstly we joined Cambois Beach about half way along. Looking south towards Blyth Port….
Not many folk around heading southwards so that is the way we went and Poppydog true to form was off!…
After about a mile we scrambled over a rocky section onto North Beach, Blyth.
The sand was gradually disappearing under the tide but still enough for us to sstretch our legs!
One Happy Pup!
After a while we made our way back along the beach to where we started and then carried on to explore the northern half of the beach. As before this was busier and Poppydog had to go back on the lead.
There was some kind of fishing competition taking place along the waters edge and dogs everywhere so at the end of the beach (where the river Wansbeck crosses the beach) we decided to return to the car along the coastal path up above.
A fab beach, great day and excellent 5.5 mile walk.