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... br> Another small site that only takes 5 vans at a time, there are hundreds of them to choose from but some have no power and some have no toilets. Add to that that some do not open over winter we are a bit restricted but there re still plenty. The facilities are not 5 star, but they are usually clean and well cared for. The big advantage is that they are quiet and secluded so large families rarely use them.
... we have seen. From the outside it looks great but the inside is a mixture of box pews and it even has a large balcony area up very ordinary looking stairs. Most unusual considering its age.
The kippers we had were lovely, but they are an acquired taste.
Saturday morning we left Whitby and travelled to Scarborough, which is a typical old English sea ...
... just brushed him aside. Such is the thanks you get when you are made of plasticine.
From there we went on a spectacular ride over the top of the Dales from Hawes to Thwaite. It really is a most beautiful area. Very harsh and wind swept but well worth a visit at any time of the year. Drove back home along the River Swale valley and have just had dinner and a glass of red.
What more could you ask for in life?
... We then went to a small village with a 13th century church and an old tower that was once the gatehouse of a large manor which is long gone. Had a beer in a pub there.
Finally to Ripon, where Jeans' grandmother was born. A lovely small town with a huge Cathedral. The town was full of bikers all dressed up as Santa or other characters. Must have been a charity run.
Went to a pub for lunch, which is a tale in itself. ...
... didn’t get lost and got to see the highlights of the area. Unfortunately his schoolmastering wasn’t sufficient to prevent Dan being distracted by birds (both the chirp chirp and female varieties) and donating a few hours’ wages and probably a good hour of talking to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Alice told us about the limestone footpath (Malham Tarn) from her geography (or geology?) days and ...