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... 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 ...
... surprised us both. Then it was off to the quilt show at the York Showgrounds. Found it easily and spent a very pleasant hour or so enjoying the quilts on display and we both made some material purchases. As it was early afternoon we decided to visit Fountain Abbey at Ripon, wow what a great spot. Over 800 acres of magnificent grounds, with lakes and gardens, the fabulous Cistercian abbey, built in 1100's, now mostly ruined, ...
... shots taken through holes!
Now to Seaham to see big Tommy. Apparently he was a travelling exhibition but the people of Seaham liked him so much that they raised the 70,000 pounds to buy him and keep him here permanently. Worth every penny.
Finally a pub on the way home - had a couple of Tetley's, not the the tea variety. Did enjoy them and the company - Mary, Marie and Bill.
Tomorrow we head for Ayr on the Scottish coast ...
For country towns they have very good buses! Free wifi and power points to charge your phone! I plugged my phone into the charger at the same time as the bus driver tried to start the bus and the battery died, I think I killed it! Probably had nothing to do with me but it felt like it!! Luckily they got it going and we were off! I told the driver I needed to go to Redcar and I had to get off at Marske roundabout, he said well Marske is before Redcar and I said oh ...
... tomorrow is more productive!! 30th August This morning I checked out of the hostel and made my way down the 199 steps from the abbey, everything was nice and peaceful in Whitby, such a lovely town! I walked down the cobblestoned roads and across the bridge to the train station and bought an all day ticket for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, a steam train through the countryside! This was exciting. As it was Sunday it didn't have the best timetable so ...