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A teatime taste of the Mediterranean

On Saturday Dan and I hosted eleven wonderful guests at the Manor for an afternoon of Mediterranean teatime treats. Taking inspiration from our our friends across the water, including Spain and Italy, we created some unique bold tastes for our guests to enjoy that would take them to warmer climes, at least for a couple of hours! 457 more words

Underground Dining

Evening

Yorkshire writer Simon Armitage wrote a poem Evening about the passing of time, and of life. You should check out his stuff. He writes as he speaks; softly and with thought. 259 more words

Cycling

The Dogs of Wensleydale

 

Mrs Turnstone’s friends had gathered in Wensleydale so we accepted their invitation to join them. Yorkshire has a different palette of green to Kent, and hills that rise higher and steeper than the gentle Downs. 225 more words

Cinnamon Helps

Some of the best memories of my childhood involve cinnamon. I went to a Rudolf Steiner School, settled deep in a beautiful valley called Danby Dale, which was hugged by the wild North Yorkshire Moors. 364 more words

Norway

Top Withens to Ickornshaw

31 August 2013 – 16.3 miles

We drove over the moors and parked on the roadside just past Stanbury and Ponden Reservoir, next to a car belonging to a man from North Wales who was planning a similar walk to us. 254 more words

Walking