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Visit to North York Moors & Cleveland Way

On September 13-14, 2013, IAT/IATNL Chairperson Paul Wylezol stopped at England's North York Moors National Park on his way to Balloch, Scotland for the IAT Annual General Meeting. While there, he met up with Park Ranger and IAT England Director Jay Marrison, visited various points of interest, and walked sections of the IAT Cleveland Way National Trail.

(L-R) North York Moors National Park Ranger Jay Marrison and IAT Chairperson Paul Wylezol


Paul's visit began at the town of Whitby,


home port to renowned surveyor and explorer James Cook, who in the mid-18th century charted Newfoundland and the entrance to the St Lawrence River before sailing to the Pacific Ocean and Antarctica.

IAT Chairperson Paul Wylezol at the James Cook Memorial in Whitby


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