Wednesday, January 27

A day out in the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria




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  1. What absolutely stunning scenery. I adore stone houses ( mine is cobble) and stone walls and rolling hills. I all looks soooooo peaceful. Thanks for taking us along on the ride.

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    1. We are lucky to have such beautiful countryside relatively close by, Sue

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  2. I can never get enough of the Yorkshire Dales, I could quite happily move there.

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    1. I often dreamed of living there, Jo but then again in winter it can get challenging up there.

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  3. Fabulous scenery Sue, just the thing I needed to see today x

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    1. Having just read your latest post I understand why, Jo so I am glad to have been able to help!

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  4. lovely the word sums it up really

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  5. Beautiful photos of a beautiful country. Thank you for sharing Sue.

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  6. Lovely scenery and a nice drive out.

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    1. And a good lunch sr Wensleydale Creamery, Angie

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  7. We were there once on holidays, love the sceneries, should like to go there again.

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  8. Wish I could just hop in the car and be in Yorkshire...after watching "creatures great & small" many years ago, it's on my would be wonderful to visit list! Nice photos!

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    1. When I was teaching, Juliet I used to take my class to stay for a week,in the village where they filmed some of the scenes of All Creatires Grear and Small

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  9. It is indeed a very lovely part of the country. I wish I knew it better.

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    1. It is Jessica., it is quite a varied landscape too.

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  10. Looks idyllic, but as you say it can be harsh. A big challenge to us soft "Townies"! What were the water levels like in the rivers and streams?

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    1. The rivers and streams were full Mark. I bet some of the waterfalls have been spectacular. It's the rivers and streams in this part of the world that can cause problems with flooding in the valleys as all the water rushes down from the slopes.

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  11. Many thanks for sharing have a blessed day Sue

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  12. God's own country. I am lucky enough to live near by and never fail to appreciate the landscape, whatever the weather.

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    1. Around here we are in a great position for days out aren't we? We have the coast , North Yorkshire Moors, Yorkshire Dales, Last of the Summer Wine area, The Peak District to name but some.

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  13. Just lovely! I've never been to the UK - when we eventually go, touring the towns will be nice, I'm sure, but it's the countryside that I'm most looking forward to seeing.

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    1. I do prefer the countryside, Margaret but we are lucky toio also have towns close by for shopping etc

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  14. Such lovely photos, I have never been to the yorkshire Dales or cumbria....maybe I will visit for a holiday sometime...looks like a lovely place to go walking with Trojan.

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    1. You must go Tanya – many places are very dog friendly too

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  15. What beautiful pics Sue, this heavenly spot is close to my heart and good to see those rolling hills again. Has me missing them, I'll have to wait for May! Looks like the weather held out for you too.xxx

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    1. It was just as well, Dina as we forgot to put my coat in the car so I had to wrap myself in Martyn's fleece - oversized and not very flattering on me.

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  16. What lovely place! They look so much close to nature! Excellent place to viist to rest the busy mind!

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  17. That's a lovely place to visit !!
    Fantastic photos !!
    Greetings

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  18. Whereabouts where you Sue? We know Cumbria fairly well but sadly have not ventured into Yorkshire much apart from the larger towns. Mark asked the question I wanted to.

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    1. The photos were taken on the way from Hawes in Wensleydale just over the border and int Cumbria, Anna

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