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... Country Pub of the Year competition. We chatted to a couple of interesting chaps at the bar who were covered in tattoos. One was a mural artist, believe it or not by the name of Dan Walls, who also dabbles in body art (tattooing). We viewed his mural work from pictures on his cellphone and his talent just blew us away. It is available to view on www.illuminationwallart.co.uk. It was a very pleasant and entertaining evening with a most hospitable ...
... On either side of the road, you'll typically find stone walls. As in not 1 foot from the road. So yes, you have that disadvantage, multiplied by the fact you are driving a vehicle wight the steering wheel located on the other side of the car, multiplied by the fact the traffic is opposite side of the road. I will need to do some driving sometime this week, but I'm thankful Joe's been awesome at it thus far. Yorkshire lunch was great, and we thought we might get around ...
... know what to expect except their free wifi is only free for 30 minutes, oh well £3 later and we get 24 hours supply of network. Need wifi to do the travel blog.
She said: I don't believe it (just like Lennon says it) would you believe this is the first market town where I have bought nothing, absolutely nothing. Not even for the grandkids. Nothing, zilch, zero, get the message. Boy am I ...
We made our way to the Town End Farm Cottages in Malhamdale. Set on a working farm, with a divine view of Malhamdale Cove, we have 3 cottages that was once a converted barn. Cows & sheep are sprinkled in our view. On our way, we went through Skipton (Saturday market day) & Thorlby. We saw John & Jill Spensley. David & Janet Lee we're ...
“The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hello dear readers. It has been a while indeed. But I'm back and ready to catch you up on the events of the past few weeks!
As July came to a close I had enjoyed a brief six days of relative calm, which I used to work on my dissertation, reorganize my room, submit job applications for the fall and catch up on lost time with my friends. This calm was punctuated by a ...