The White Swan Hotel
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Tuesday, September 8th
Bit of a late start as we had decided to have an easy day. Drove to North Allerton which is not far from Thirsk. Didn't look much on the map, but as usual towns are all bigger than expected. Had a lovely morning tea at Betty's Tearooms in the centre of town, then we made our back to Thirsk to visit the James Herriot museum, home and surgery of the vet who wrote the now ...
September 6th Anne and I had decided on a sleepin but I was up and trying to work out the shower by 7.30, (a challenge incidentally) no time to waste in this gorgeous spot. We rang Dad for Father's Day and both he and mum sounded good, happy to hear from us and enjoying all the news I had been sending to Ruby. We set off for Harrogate which although the signs say is not far still takes a fair while because of all the little ...
Beautiful day, warm and sunny.
Barbara to Debutant
Paul and Judi to Stephen Smith's
Judi to Post office
Paul to Library
All meet up at Heebies
Market day in Otley
Barbara to pharmacy
Paul to Bank
Judi to Yorkshire Trader
All meet up in churchyard
Sharon and Clive picking up chair
Brian and Maureen for chit chat
Mended trim on Alf's ottoman
Toby's in Keighley
Sandy and I went on the tour of the Turkish Baths from 9am to 10am. Very interesting. We went into Betty's Tea Rooms for a cup of tea and a Fat Rascal. We went back to the hotel to check out and walked over to Harrogate Station and caught an earlier train to Leeds where we picked up an earlier train back to Liverpool. A great couple of days in ...
... century by Cistertian monks, it was the centre of cheese-making until closed and mostly demolished by Henry the eighth. In the afternoon we drove across Wensleydale to visit the Wensleydale creamery, where Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese is made now. We sat through a demonstration of cheese-making, then bought a whole bagful of cheese in the shop. Andy is going to be very ...