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Yorkshireness on Yorkshire Day

August 1 is Yorkshire Day. It’s not an official holiday, not yet anyway, but it’s only a matter of time. When that happens, the white rose flag will be flying from every pole in the county and saluted by the doffing of flat caps and exclamation of ‘sithee’ before retiring to a local hostelry in the hope of someone else buying the first round. 422 more words

Summer Adventures! Malham Cove

Malham Cove is a geologists dream with it’s unusual limestone pavements, creating clints (limestone blocks) and grykes (the gaps in between), these are quite unusual formations for England. 515 more words

My happy place 

Today we went exploring Victoria’s cave, & i thought whilst we are in Malham why not visit Janet’s foss. It looked absolutely amazing today. The colour, how peaceful the water sounded and how slowly it was flowing by. 61 more words

digging for St Helena

Photo from https://malhamchapeldig.wordpress.com/blog/

Malham Chapel Dig, 2017

The site of the former St Helen’s Chapel in Malham is on the hill as one enters the village: the showgrounds.  628 more words


Beck Hall, Yorkshire Dales

We first heard about Beck Hall through other doggy friends, and quite honestly couldn’t believe just how dog friendly it apparently was supposed to be! So off I went and did some research. 641 more words


Trip To The UK: Episode 8 - Off t'Dales!

We set off for a short trip up North to the Yorkshire Dales, a National Park filled with magical hills and rock formations. We want to witness some of the crazy landscapes this region holds, away from crowds and really experience the nature. 329 more words


the freshmen

Early spring in Northern England. April 24, to be precise.

Around that time a couple of years ago, my good friend Matt had invited me along for… 1,778 more words

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