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Travel Blogs from Leyburn
... to catch up with my cousin John and his fiancÚ Jane
and John’s son Chris and of course Mary, mother of the bride.
The next day we moved off to have a look at Bolton Abbey and
the priory ruins which are close to Ilkley.
What an amazing area that is and well worth a visit. It is an area of walks, historic buildings,
picnic and bbq areas, a river with medieval stepping stones across it and many
other interesting places. We spotted a ...
... church in the diocese. We discovered a grave stone for Sir John Clifford b.1388 d.1422, he was a knight of the Order of the Garter (he figures in our ancestry search).
Another day we drove over to Cawood, looked in the parish church there - it was raining quite heavily and 2 ladies came inside to get out of the wet. While chatting it was revealed that these ladies new of Gillies as he will be speaking at a church in Bilney Wood (way done south) next ...
... br> We said our goodbyes as most of us were leaving for other travel the next day.
Gillies and I went by taxi to JFK airport for our overnight flight to Manchester arriving there at 7.00am the next day. We picked up the hire car(Vauxhall Astra) at the airport and drove straight away to a village called Wentworth. This was made possible by using our Tom Tom - it would have been a hair-raising experience without this amazing device.
... at least when it was appreciated) :P The horses grunted a little and stuck their faces to mine. It was a pleasant end to the night. I kept walking a while until I realized I walked past the campsite when I was walking towards the horses. Go figure Dan. I wonder how Nicolette will cope without her little Stevie Tato (cat). :P
I finally made it to Penrith today after my ride bailed on me. No big deal. A few hours later and a few extra pounds and I'm here. I ...
... on cheap traveling. He must have appreciated my advice and company more than most, because he ended up buying me a round and accommodating me with information on a cheaper/closer camping site and local deals on food and happy hours. I returned today in the rain, rucksack in hand, and have been blogging and FaceTiming in the back for hours as he keeps supplying me with free coffee and letting me know I can lock my bag up in his office locker if I want ...