Bronte Guest House
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... York with 3 hours to get a sense of the city - thankfully, there was a luggage storage service close to the station, so I dropped the bags and hit the road.
Walking the city wall is always an awesome experience - treading the paths of all kinds of ordinary people over the ages. Ruins have the same meditative effect on me - I just want to be there and imagine who else might have been where I am - I wonder what they might ...
... right next to the grammar school, and were offering their rugby field as an exchange. You guessed it, there wasn't much choice in the matter - the exchange took place and the cricket club moved - that happened within Dennis' memory, so if and when the Waltons from the 1800s played cricket, it would have been right next to the school. I've emailed the Knaresborough Cricket Club to see if they have any archives - you never know....
I’m writing from the train on Thursday morning, on the way to London.
Yesterday we left Edinburgh, with the intention of driving through the Yorkshire Moors, perhaps over to Scarborough, to see if there was a fair, or some herbs, or just to say we’d been there.
But then I noticed that Thirsk was within fifteen minutes of where we were staying for the night and that was where James Herriot had his famous veterinary practice. ...
... were underground Catholic too, so she chose silence and death over implicating her children or the priests. After her death a Catholic priest dug her up, chopped her up for relics around the place (as they do). The church - or shrine is a tiny room they made for her honour and memory.
We also saw things like the first brick house in England, and noted the place where town announcements were made like hangings, raising of ...