Yorkshire Dales Special

Hi everyone. After a few year’s absence from the field (no more bad puns I promise), we’re back out camping. It’s been a while, so we’re practising by having a few days away in the Dales.  We arrived on Tuesday night in beautiful weather, but today’s heavy rain is good evidence why this part of Yorkshire is so green. Anyhow we weathered the worst if it (OK, so I lied about the puns. Get over it), and we’re having a relaxing time. Here’s a few photos from Tuesday and Wednesday. 


First here’s two Yorkshire sheep giving us a typical Dales welcome.


Here’s our little encampment. In the distance there are some posh people in caravans. 


From today, here’s a picture of Settle railway station. Sadly there were no steam trains. 

Tomorrow we’re off to Malham. Anyone who suffered geography lessons at Glossop School in the 1970’s will have this place seared into their memories. For the rest of you, I’ll post some lively scenic pictures tomorow. 

Finally, here’s a ‘sunset from the rig’ picture from my mate John. The huge expanse of sky and sea make it look like the loneliest place in the world. 

2 thoughts on “Yorkshire Dales Special

  1. Jane Hutchinson

    Great picture John I love this type of picture. Hi Dave Liz camp site looks great forget the posh caravans. Your glamping in style. Enjoy and loved your photos as well. X

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    1. John M

      Thanks Jane. It’s actually a sunrise that one. The other two hundred and thirty four pictures I sent Dave were sunsets. You can tell it’s a sunrise by the way the camera points east.

      😀

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