In reply to Mike B:
In reply to TJS:
TJS said:It's about a 200 mile drive going up the East coast via the Humber Bridge. Going up the A1 is about 40 miles further but about 20 minutes quicker but we always take the shorter more pleasant journey.
Its personal preference, I'm a bit of a skinflint when it comes to tolls (the govt has more than enough money from me to squander), so I'd avoid the bridge. The journey would be around 165 miles each way, which is quite a difference from your 200 miles.
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What an amazing set of pics and what looks like a brilliant day out. (I think your seals are greys btw —long snout and parallel nostrils.)
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