Chevin Country Park Hotel & Spa
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... We ran into Maureen twice while walking around the shopping area.
We did find the items we were wanted, along with a few used books from the charity shop and custard tarts from Teale's bakery - something Paul misses almost as much as fish and chips and pork pies.
Back at the house, we took care of some chores for Barbara and then Brian came by and we had a tea break. Its nice ...
... and helped us by getting wheelchairs for Barbara and helping speed things up. One of them told me that it had to do with duty free but we don't know why.
Southhampton was pretty from the air - we could see the white cliffs and the huge port - where many many of our European ancestors set sail for the US.
Approaching Leeds/Bradford airport, we flew right over the Chevin and Otley and it looked beautiful in the sunshine. Brian ...
... baled hay to cart. A header photo with this blog for Kevin...!!
Back to Thirsk on a different route to enjoy more views of the Moors, what a beautiful place in England. Dinner at our local pub, which always serves up a lovely meal!
Thursday, September 10th
Reluctantly left the beautiful village of Thirsk, where we have spent 5 beautiful days. Anne found the B&B she and ...
We slept in a little this morning, woke up to some drizzling rain. We watched some birds in Barbara's garden through the kitchen window. Her birdbath is a popular spot. The blackbirds, robins and wrens are always welcome, but there are a couple of HUGE pigeons who insist on hanging about. We chase them off the bird feeder several times a day.
The consensus around the house is that ...
Weather: Cloudy, mild-warm ?20○?
Happy birthday Betty.
During breakfast was a discussion of where today's outing would be, and this time a walk with views would be good. "Let's go to Pateley Bridge, and take a picnic lunch." Beryl chips in, "What no pub lunch?" Final decision, no picnic, we dine out. About a 30 minute drive to lovely old Pateley Bridge (Pateley meaning Badger), with seemingly the narrowest 2-way ...