The Craiglands Hotel
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... butterflies, bees and birds were plentiful and varied. Some of the butterflies insisted on landing on the path in front of us so we had to try to avoid standing on them; they must have had a death wish! One small tortoiseshell butterfly led us along the path for a good while, seeming to land for us to catch up before leading us on again.
One of the plans for the day was to treat ourselves to fish and chips on the sea front, so on our return ...
The day began like all the previous days; with sun streaming into the bedroom. We have been fortunate with the weather as it has been bright sunshine at times and when it has rained we have missed most of the downpours. Today we had planed to head west into the Yorkshire Dales National Park and enjoy a walk in delightful surroundings.
The start of the walk was to be Burnsall and we parked in ...
... at other places besides dinner. Our next stop was a little pub/club where we had another drink before hailing a taxi and going back to Bit and Browny's where we were staying the night - which we didn't realise until we got there earlier during the day. We had a fantastic night with Bit and Browny. Jenna and I both keep commenting on how much they are like us and how much we enjoy spending time with them. We definitely see us in them in the next 5-10 ...
... playing and shortly afterwards Dom and Becky brought
out a suitcase with wigs, blow up guitars, oversize glasses, butterfly wings
and all sorts of other stuff. The dance
floor was soon covered with some strange looking individuals using the props in
all sorts of ways. A good time was had
by all until about 1am I believe.
It was lovely to be part of such a happy event and
especially nice to spend some time with Ryan.
It was also ...
... Baht'at" which translates "Ilkley Moor without hat", (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_Ilkla_M oor_Baht_'at and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SavKy4N8 1P0), and is a song essentially about the food chain.
We were aghast to find that not satisfied with just beating us at rugby, cricket (men & women) and countless other sports, the Brits already have a fibre-optic broadband network. ...