Blue Bell Inn
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... Dennis has always had a very keen interest in cricket. Ronald lived in Knaresborough and later worked in Leeds as an accountant with Ernst & co.
He told me that the primary school by Stockwell Lodge was built fairly recently, so neither Henry nor Frank would have attended it. I was keen to check school rolls, but of course with my luck, it happened to be half-term break, so no schools were open. The grammar ...
... It looks quite neglected. Since it was empty, I had a really good look around the grounds - all a bit overgrown. One of the sons has now passed away, and it should be up for sale soon - split 4 ways???
So, encouraged, I headed round to Stockwell Lodge. Denise, the manager, welcomed me and I walked in on a residents' afternoon tea, so with a cuppa in hand, Cathy, a resident, told about how her children used to come over and play in the property, so the house ...
... a little. At Boroughbridge, I checked the direction using maps.me (thanks Yvonne!!) and had my breakfast under the shelter in the middle of the market place to keep out of the rain. 2 warm boiled eggs, cold baked beans and a Jazz apple, then off up the road to find Walton & Co. I SO love walking places and feel a huge sense of achievement when I to a little out-of-the-way place under my own steam (and with the help of public transport).
Dominic and ...
... thing that hit me in the face? Yeuck ... the smell of stale fried food ... I felt sick! :-( He was a friendly Yorkshireman, she was a polite Filipina - the 'apartment' was the old servants' quarters from an old style cottage, but it felt more like an attic. After a brief chat, I withdrew to my room and never wanted to come out!!! In the morning, I didn't want to get up, just wanted to stay there until I could leave, but I knew it wasn't going ...
... part of the walk but we quite enjoyed the rest and have stored up a bit of energy for the last four days.
Last night's pub was full of walkers and we shared a meal with a Canadian couple, two super athletic Brits, and an older South African couple, all of whom we've been trailing off and on all across England. Tonight our hosts are cooking a roast chicken meal for the twelve of us. They are all watching the ...