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... dogs looked gorgeous in the back of the utes, patiently waiting to get going. Here we diverted from the official Dales Way, via a popular alternate section, climbing up to the top of the hill, then for a few hundred metres walked along what was a Roman road, also part of the Pennine Way. Then across wind-blown moors for an hour or so, feeling miles from anywhere. This ...
... on the same day it was announced that the tour was starting in Yorkshire.
Today’s foot report: Though gradually becoming trail hardened, mine were still giving me considerable pain at the end of the day, even as we ate dinner and relaxed later. Cycling is great for the legs and lungs but makes your feet soft. Janice being the more regular walker is doing fine.
... call from someone wanting to book for next July when the TOUR DE FRANCE goes through Kettlewell, past her door! She’s fully booked already and would like a pound for every call she gets asking about availability.
Dinner was across the road at the Blue Bell Inn, built in 1680. They had a curry and pint deal that night for 10 pounds - very nice. Janice couldn't finish her pint but fortunately I was able to help her with ...
... right foot blistered as the day progressed, our “match
fitness” not quite what it should be. We were very glad to reach Burnsall and
find our B&B. Dinner was at the popular Red Lion. Janice asked me what the day’s
highlight was for me and I couldn’t decide between (a) taking my boots of at
the end, and (b) the pint of local ale at the pub! Jet lag and general
tiredness saw us comatose in bed by ...
... pub tucked behind a bridge, looked inviting. In we went. It was like stepping back a century ...... with lace d'oyleys! The Landlady was elderly and very straight lace. Menu...Pasties or sandwiches..take it or leave it, but she made great hot chocolate. Need to use the loo? She checked our boots first to see if they were clean enough for her bathroom. We passed. We were allowed to eat in her pub. Strange that we were the only customers!!!!!
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