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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.
... It has a beach on side of the rod and amusement arcades on the other side, plus fish and chip shops, rock shops, souvenir shops and cafes. From there we had a trip home through very misty moors to a cold van and a very rainy and windy night.
Lots of the UK is currently getting heavy rain with flood warnings. We have missed all that but it is a bit miserable at the moment.
... his new wife stayed there for their honeymoon in a pub called the Wheatsheaf where we had a beer.
From there we went to the Aysgarth Falls and then on to Hawes which seemed to be the centre of the walking part of the Dales with lots of clothes and hiking shops and an extraordinary number of pubs for such a small village. Hikers must get very thirsty.
Hawes is the birthplace of Wensleydale cheese. It was ...
I am sure I wrote an entry recently but it seems not so this is a bit of a catch up.
Since we arrived here we have been to a few places. Richmond is a small town about 6 miles away from us and is worth a visit. We have been 3 times but only for short visits. Went to Darlington to see the rail museum which was closed the first time but went back yesterday and had a look around. ...
Yesterday (Sunday) we awoke to a clear sunny sky. Title comes from an old Donavon song, for those of you who have actually heard of him.
Set of to go to Fountaindale Abbey but got side tracked. Went to Jervaulx Abbey on the way there and stopped off for a look. It is in ruins, but enough of it remains to be interesting. It was built somewhere around the 13th Century and has withstood the 700 years since fairly well.