Monday, 25 February 2013

Yorkshire tea



Last weekend we drove up to Yorkshire, to visit Tom's lovely grandparents who live in a place called Knaresborough. The sun came out and we had a brilliant walk through the pretty town, stopping in antiques shops along the way and finally taking in the amazing view from the ruined castle on the hill. The viaduct below, with trains passing along it was a real sight and we loved spotting the Trompe-loeil paintings in various windows along the way (see bottom photo). We came home very full after being given lots of scumptious home cooked food; fish and chips, trifle, cake, cups of tea and fresh pancakes in the morning! A very relaxing weekend all in all. (Tom's grandfolks sometimes read this blog so just wanted to say a little hello to Teddy and Enid in case they are reading!)  









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    1. I know! There were quite a few houses there decorated in that checker-board effect, i like it.

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  2. ohhh, you were in my neck of the woods, we often get the train to Knaresborough and I love it :) you captured it well

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