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Hi everyone We saw some magnificent country today as we drove through the Yorkshire Dales. Every turn we seemed to gasp and say 'wow'. Even though we encountered misty rain it was still so scenic and is definitely somewhere I'd love to come back to. The small towns were like scenes out of a James Harriott novel. We indulged in morning tea at the Wensleydale Creamery which included sampling around 20 different cheeses. Needless to say we will be snacking ...
... making a chip butty when she came out and said, "well, come on then…pick it up! It’s your birthday, just eat it!"
Woah. Woah…a classy elderly not only gave me permission but encouraged me to shove my face??
We ate until we could literally eat no more. People who say 'there is always room for dessert’ haven’t finished a Hard Rock meal.
... I really have to pick and chose what time allows. And I have a Tour of Cardiff Castle later so decided that would have to do. Ate my stolen breakfast/lunch at the wall of the Castle gazing down the courtyard where the Tattoo is held. Toured St Giles Cathedral...absolutely magnificent. Loved the ceiling, the stained glass...all of it. Did the Childhood Toy Museum...could have stayed there...fantastic. Wandered the parks...gazed up at the Castle and buildings ...
... is 'Orange Day'. I asked several other people about the celebration and finally found out that it is a celebration of William of Orange who was a Catholic, became a Protestant and battled the Catholic King James in the Battle of Boyne - it is traditionally celebrated on July 12th, but there are little celebrations until then, like today. (really July 11th, but is currently celebrated on July 12th.) I've been told that on July 12th it will really explode!!! There are about ...
... the wind.
Managed to negotiate the transition from M5 to M6 around Birmingham and had a break after 3 hrs. Turned off just into Scotland at Gretna Green (famous for couples eloping) so as to travel via Dumfries to Kilmarnock via the Scottish country side.
Evidence of recent heavy rainfall as all rivers, streams and brooks are running fast and full. Low land is flooded and some minor roads were closed. Evening ...