|Here is the view from where I have always called Pin point at Carlton in Cleveland. As a child I visited Carlton Camp which is situated down the village at the bottom of the bank.|
The camp was used by the children of Hartlepool.
When Hartlepool became part of Cleveland, schools from other parts of Cleveland were able to use the Camp.
Here is a link to it's history.
Story of Carlton Camp.
When we went to the Camp we lived in fear of the ghost of the Grey Lady.
Ghost of the Grey Lady.
I went to Carlton today because some had told me of a Cafe that had been built in the Area.
I found it to believe and went to see for myself
here is their website...
|We walked form Lordstones up to Pin Point .|
A fresh breeze kept us cool.
This lone tree seemed very determined to grow despite the strong winds it must endure in it's exposed location.
|Later in the day I made a trip to Seaton Sands, Hartlepool.|
|The wind was off the Sea and it was Strong.|
|One of the good things about a rough Sea is that it mixes things up in the Bay and leaves treasures like this on the Beach.|
|I went up into the Dunes to view the Bay|
|The view South from the dunes, looking over to North Gare Beach and the River Tees.|
|I made some sea pottery finds on the walk back.|
This one looks like a simple design for a man?
|A couple of flower designs................|
|The soft dry sand has been stripped from the Beach by the strong wind and pushed towards the Car Park.|
|Time to call it a Day.|