High Tor Guesthouse
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... to get out for a wander to find it about eight cars pulled into the carpark. As it was a very small carpark and we nearly filled one end of it we decided to move on before we got jammed in. There was nowhere else to park unfortunately so we didn't get to see whatever there is there to remember that dreadful day. With so much open countryside in that area what an awful coincidence that it should drop out of the sky over the only built up ...
... s relatives moved to Mansfield. We thought it would be nice to give a cup of tea, well the cups were dirty and the tea was ****. Some of the locals looked like they were from a limited gene pool but I am sure they are nice people. We were happy to move onto Durham which did have a good market square with lots to see and buy. But I still didn't buy anything. So that is two in a row. MDH must be ...
... wound down his window and with a sarcastic tone said "excuse me" which I ignored and continued driving half on the road, half on the footpath, (It's ok Dianne, car still in one piece). Once across I parked the car in a long stay car park. Did you see the red light I asked MDW. MDW kindly said she was unsure too. That made me feel better. Later we noticed it was a swing bridge which opens up to allow boats through. Luckily it was only another vehicle using the bridge and not a ...
... drop Michael in Pickering & this time I can't even be bothered to say goodbye so I don't. A quick coffee just outside of the town and then we're off back to Norwich. The rain has arrived and at times is quite heavy though it is still quite warm. Chris is driving today.
Have let Ailsa know that the washing was done and on the line which by now will more than likely be soaking wet. Not the most sensible idea.
... and caffeinated. Sitting down to a delicious doughnut was a great way to cap off a fun day.
Friday was a slow day in Durham. We spent most of the day relaxing and playing games, as well as cooking. However in the evening it was time to introduce the Nathans to a bit more of Durham's nightlife. It was our good friend Sophie's birthday, so she returned to Durham from Bolton (where she is spending the summer) for the weekend. Pippa also came up from Leeds and ...