Burn Hall Hotel
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... I agree with that.
Also thinking about the Scots and their vote next week to secede from the United Kingdom. Most people I ask about it think that the Scottish people will not vote to leave Queen and Country, but I kinda think they might,. I mean, WE did it, right? And the Scots wouldn't even have to declare a revolutionary war or anything. The vote is next Thursday.
Also spent a lot of time thinking about ...
... maker was born here in 1718, and there is a statue honoring him near Manor Sq. I walked over to get a photo and noticed that someone has knitted him a yellow hat. probably for the Tour de France.
About the time Mrs. Chippendale was changing babyThomas's nappies, an inn opened at Burley Woodhead at the top of Ilkley Moor. It is called The Hermit and we had Barbara's birthday dinner there tonight. It was very cozy ...
Just caught the 10:27 to Kings Cross Station, London. Maybe we'll see Harry Potter?! So we haven't seen Harry, but here's what we did spot today... After getting settled in the hotel we ventured our to conquer the tube - which we did splendidly. Our first ride we were packed in tight, but that gave us an appreciation when the car wasn't as full. We rode over to St. Paul's Cathedral and learned ...
After an English Breakfast (pretty close to the Scottish one), we left our home on the farm and drove to Fountains Abbey. Founded in 1132, the abbey operated for over 400 years, until 1539, when Henry VIII ordered the Dissolution of the Monasteries. King Henry sacked the monks/churches wealth and demolished hundreds of abbeys. Fountains Abbey is the best preserved. Just seeing what's left gives you a hint of what it must have been like fully built. We stopped in Ripon for ...
... system food carriages and wandered around the model trains. In the early afternoon we paid two pounds to ride the small train to the Minster and town, where we had lunch. The afternoon was wiled away watching the cricket, reading and writing. We did this is a slightly unusual rock and sports pub, which sold cocktails, displayed pictures of meatloaf the strokes and the chilli peppers, and was home to several large screens for cricket ...