Monthly Archives: July 2014

Day Four: Nethergill Farm to the Station Inn at Ribblehead

We woke up early and had “eggy bread” for breakfast, which is the British version of French toast, without the syrup. After breakfast, Fiona gave us a tour of the farm. The old stone barn and outbuildings were beautifully restored; … Continue reading

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Day Three: Last Day on the River Wharfe

From Kettlewell to Nerthergill Farm We spent a lazy afternoon at the Blue Bell Inn, sitting in the pub and chatting with the other guests. Silke tried one of the local brews. I sampled the hard cider, delicious, but after … Continue reading

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Day Two: Walking the Dales Way from Grassington to the Lake District

Day Two: Grassington to Kettlewell Woke up to bright sunshine pouring in our window. Thank goodness! Temperature in the 60’s. A great day! We dressed and packed in a hurry because the Sherpa Van would be coming to pick up … Continue reading

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Walking the Dales Way, from Grassington to the Lake District

Day One: Arrival in Grassington We woke to a lowering sky and intermittent showers, just as the two old codgers at The Friendly had predicted. By the time we arrived at our lodging, Bridge Edge Farm, just outside of Grassington, … Continue reading

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