We returned from our caravan on Sunday and arranged to meet our son and granddaughter for lunch(grandson was out with friends - oh how quickly they grow up!)
We went to GD's choice of Coast to Coast that serves (what we in Britain think to be)traditional US food.
I had a lovely pulled pork sandwich(forgot to take any photos of our main courses) and then ordered a dessert for hubby and I to share - it came with custard…on this flat board - how would you have eaten it? I cut off my spoonsful of pie and dipped them in the custard - hubby ate the pie and then the custard!
If you want to take part in this sharing of drinks please do join Bleubeard and Elizabeth!
So….what about the rest of our trip? After waiting for Storm Doris to die down we arrived at our caravan on Thursday safely!
Friday morning was the most beautiful morning and the lambs were out in the field.
|This one was taken on Saturday morning|
The view from the car park was great though..
We then took a trip to Rowantree Crafts where I bought new stamps and a stencil - did I take a photo? Nope! Sorry but I was so excited that I forgot until much later and now can only photograph the ones I bought! The display was fantastic!
After that we headed to Kirby Lonsdale for a walk by the river - we stopped at Gressingham Bridge to look at the height of the river - did I take a photo - Nope!…but hubby did!
|Strangely the field across the other side of the river and one beyond that were full of swans|
The river was flowing very fast and quite high!
On to Kirby Lonsdale - the river here flows over rocks and again was flowing quickly - we saw snowdrops too!
We saw more swans on the banks of the river - what was the attraction of the grass?Then we climbed the Radical Steps…
…and hubby though it would be fun to photograph me as I neared the top!
We walked through the graveyard...
I will have to try to remember to use my phone camera more!
Happy T Day and Thanks for looking, Chris