I start in Whitby at an Independent Campground called Broadings Farm. I’ve managed to loose one of my towing mirrors on the drive there, so order a new one on Amazon for next day delivery.
I head into Whitby for some sightseeing and enjoy exploring Whitby Abby then walking down the 199 steps into town. It really is a very cute place with the harbour. They have a Captain Cook museum with a New Zealand section at the top. Funny seeing maps before New Zealand was chartered. The next day I pick up my new towing mirror and enjoy some famous Whitby fish and chips.
Then it’s time to move campgrounds again. Not far south, but I’m nervous about the route as is zigzags from A roads to B roads and I’m learning to be weary. Two dramas on route, the side locker kept popping open, then I kept hearing a scrapping noise… turns out the jockey wheel has quietly unwound itself and started scrapping on the road. It’s cracked and I confess to Bailey – sorry!
I then make it to the next campground close to Hull called Burton Constable Campground, which is another independent campground. It’s huge! Lots of static caravans then the tour park at the end. The campsite is in a park and you can walk to the nearby Burton Constable Hall.
More about the Bailey Phoenix 640 Caravan: https://www.baileyofbristol.co.uk/caravans/phoenix/phoenix-640