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Swaledale & Teesdale

First moving to a small farm site in Swaledale at Muker. We did a few walls on the Pennine way and down in the valley floor. I managed to crash the drone in a stream. I managed to dry it out and recover the memory card. Checked out again once we moved to Teesdale. We walked to Barnard Castle. A very wet day and took a a while to get back to the site at Bowfield farm. We walked also to Bowes. Swaledale Barnard Castle

Aysgarth & Hawes

We moved north to Hawes Cattle market car park for 5 days visiting Aysgarth Falls on the way. We walked to Hardraw Force waterfall the larges drop in England 100ft. We visited the Wensleydale Creamery and saw the cheese being made. With the Wallice and Gromet in the museum. We visited Aysgill force waterfall. Hawes is very nice place to visit with a few shops and great walking. Aysgarth Hawes Hardraw Force waterfall Aysgill force waterfall

Burnsall in Wharfedale

Having spent months in Lockdown due to Covid 19 we finally got away for a 3 week trip to the Yorkshire dales. The first week at a small site in Brunsall on the river Wharfedale with Ian and Alice. We had a walk up the river to Grassington. Then after a busy weekend we took the bus to Bolton abbey. Then the 9 mile walk back up the river. Monday we had a wet day and then went to see my second cousin and her husband Catherine and Ian for a lovely evening meal. We also had a walk to the Grimwith Reservoir another 10 mile round trip. Burnsall Grassington Bolton Abbey

New seat covers

Because the cover on the motorhome seats are light cream we decided to get a set of cover so they would not fall off. We have them made in Stockport. They can be removed and washed also we have scotch guarded them.

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