This is the last post of our walking trip in Yorkshire. We conquered the highest mountain in Yorkshire – Whernside and learnt a great deal about the historic and scenic Settle-Carlisle line. 1,126 more words
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Today’s walk was our favourite among all three walks. Ingleborough is the second highest mountain in Yorkshire. The route that Country Walking suggested included a variety of sceneries. 987 more words
NOT in rich glebe and ripe green garden only Does Summer weave her sweet resistless spells, But in high hills, and moorlands waste and lonely, The vast enchantment of her presence dwells. Wide sky, and sky-wide waste of thyme and heather, Perpetual sleepy hum of golden bees...
the cycling references are for Le Tour de France, which recently triumphed through Yorkshire
and finally, mad cow, no, though a little eccentric…
A break from the strictly horticultural life and out amongst Natural Beauty, this time in the Yorkshire Dales and here, Swaledale in particular. 236 more words
The highlight of July has to be my birthday – it was great to go to Kielder Forest to watch stars; it was great to have friends home and squeeze in our small living room chatting and playing games; it was great to receive a little pot of pink calla lilies and a new stainless wok. 453 more words