A Yorkshire Interlude

A secret surprise holiday for Ted had the extended Gunby family up in the Dales for a week at the end of May. The ‘cottage’ fitted all 13 of us in comfortably and was well appointed.  We left Sheffield in (all too rare) hot sunshine and arrived Buckden in drizzle. We had a bit of thunder and lightning around Skipton and a torrential downpour there … Continue reading A Yorkshire Interlude

The Year that Disappeared

2016 Where did it go? Just whoosh!! Gone. And good riddance. But looking back through my photos I realise that although the events that hit the headlines dominated and soured the year, on a personal level I enjoyed holidays and acheivements which I can remember fondly. Here’s a whip through my year JANUARY Flooding continued in the South West. Family visit Bath. A hen do … Continue reading The Year that Disappeared

Catching Up Part 2

Last Quarter of 2015 September saw a trip to Sheffield for the much anticipated Limestone pavement walk near Kilnsey in the Yorkshire Dales. A wet weekend was forecast and delivered but buoyed up by the news of Jeremy Corbyn’s victory we scampered amongst the rocks and it only took a short while for the sun to come out and show us the impressive views to be … Continue reading Catching Up Part 2