A last walk along the Eve Black walk to South Beach, Blyth….

Still grey but at least it is dry today and we even got to see the sunshine later on in the afternoon. As usual the day before travelling we often end up walking a familiar route, doing a bit of pre-travel packing up, a bit of shopping and refuelling. After our chores were done (Poppydog really does not make a great deal of effort!), we set off to walk along the Eve Black walk (the section of the coastal path that runs through the dunes behind Seaton Sluice Beach, between Seaton Sluice and Blyth). We decided to walk along the path as the tide is high and the beach busy and heavy going in the soft sand. We joined the beach at the nice quiet end of South Beach, Blyth where Poppydog could enjoy a lovely roundabout.

The sea a wonderful calm between the twin piers.

The sun is low by now but at least it is making an effort as we enjoy our last day in this area and a lovely 6.5 mile walk.

I have been feeling a bit glum this week at the thought of heading inland next week as I start to make my way homewards so I’ve changed my mind and am going to hug the coast for a little bit longer! This makes me happy.

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