|Name of walk||Baycliff Walk|
|Date of walk||2012-06-25|
The walk starts at The Olde Mill on the Coast Road between Barrow and Ulverston.
Heading for the bit on the left where the beach houses are, after Sea Wood.....(Largest ancient deciduous woodland in South Cumbria, once owned by Lady Jane Grey, once Queen of England for nine days and then executed in the Tower at age 17........Told you I listened to the nice lady! Smartphone? Pah!...... Luddites Rule!)
A rather cool, ramshackle beach house.
I can just hear LLoyd Grossman saying to David Frost "Now who lives in a house like this?" Answer.....someone with a lot more money than me!
Another beach house. Both have great views across the bay.
Looking back down Swinestead Lane towards the beach.
The far end of Sunbrick Lane.
The girls thought we were the most interesting thing they had seen all day!
Bardsea ahead as we head over Birkrigg.
Prehistoric stone circle.
On the left high on a hill, as you head down is a folly. The Gale Monument, I am reliably informed.
Nearly at the end of the walk.
We pass the pond behind The Olde Mill.
They even have their own post box!
Now that is what I call a drive! Well Wood House is way up on the left behind the trees.