I'm reading about a campsite which is also an alpine carm. I want that. Looks at me how I flock the animals and how soft the coat is. Unfortunately, it turns out that you do not get close to the animals but it's very good to buy some wool if you want. The Alpackas did not want to take part in the picture.
The campsite is a little remote and I have to go to the community, New Holland's only dinner, a Chinese take away. I go fast back so the food does not get cold. At the crossing of the railway, red light begins to warn and the stony gates are staggering across the road. For a long time, the train comes down, almost as long as it stays.
A man leans through a window in the building to the left and handles a paper to the driver who hangs out in his window. The driver enters the train, the train increases speed and is immediately lost. A very strange experience, a little unrealistic. There I stand with my cold-mouthed china and the gates are opened again. What happened? Never saw anything like that. Perhaps a new way for the railroad's internal mail?
Humber Bridge is the world's seventh longest suspension bridge, 2220 m. I knocked up to the bridge on the right side as the sign showed. Up the right cycle path is turned off. Down again and up the left sled, and there was the cycle path open. Pooh!
I'm a bit conspicuous in Hessle on the other side of the bridge. Trying to know if it's time for lunch or not.
A man comes and begins to talk. I just have to bike to Beverly according to him. I get the address of a bicycle-friendly pub with rooms. Beverly should also be very nice.
With such good signs and bicycle lanes it's just a stroll. The traffic is quite different north of the bridge. What is happening? Motorists are not trying to drive on me anymore. Lovely.
There are no rooms in Beverly. I find the bicycle friendly dog and duck pub but it is full. You try to help me without success. From there, I'm going to be a little baffling for my first camping in the wild. I do not feel really comfortable in that situation. I pass a hotel where some people are sitting in the restaurant and, oh, yes they have a room. High up, narrow staircase, shared bathroom and full price so there was no wild camping for me. Phew.
There are any races, horses, dogs or cars in Beverly this weekend and everything seems to be fully booked for a long time. Dog and Duck have a room available the next night so I'll have a look around the city.
The Little Church of the City, St Mary's Church. The great cathedral did not get fit. The oldest parts of the cathedral are from 1220.
Feel so good