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... past few days have been spent packing and preparing to leave. Today I departed Durham. James, Romnik and I had our final gym session, and then Sharena's eldest brother Sunny came to pick us up. We said our final sad goodbyes and headed off towards Swindon where I will staying until I head home, with the exception of a brief foray to Wales.
Clearing out my room was a surreal experience. I felt detached, as if the entire process was a joke. ...
... a peek in Ripon cathedral. We have a lot of cathedrals on the list to see... I'll have to decide if one is my favorite. Then it was west to Thirsk. Thirsk is the home town of the vet that wrote the James Herriot books, which Dad is a big fan of. We toured James Wights house/practice and even played some games there. Across the street is our b&b so we have a peaceful night before another big commuting day tomorrow when we'll drive to York and board the train to London ...
... didn't bother us as much. That night we stayed at a working farm that was full of sheep, cattle and chickens. The dales is a place that I think we would come back and spend more time in as it's a great place to hike and bike. Since all of the dales is a national park people can walk through any field they want - though it's best to stay out of the ones with the bull in ...
... we stopped for lunch by the lake.
From there we headed east via the Western Dales to Richmond - a slow trip a times due to narrow winding roads. We had planned to spend 2 nights at Richmond and do some local cycling on Monday but after coming across many cyclists on the narrow roads thought that was not such a good idea. So after a nice pub dinner in the Town Hall pub we booked ahead for another night to stay in Blackpool, one day earlier than ...
... down over the Cistercian ruin of Rievaulx Abbey.
So, this will be the last of our UK bloggs. During our time here, we have covered some 12,000km, visited 38 English Heritage and National Trust properties which were "free" after paying for membership for 12 months.
Don't ask how many cream teas (scones, jam and cream) and coffees we had, but our waistlines I think have increased a bit!!
Take care and love to all
Clive and Wendy