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Day 6: Lost along the River and Soaked to the Skin

We woke to a gray sky and ominously dark clouds that had settled on the hills. Dianne, our hostess at the Stone Cold Inn, made us a nice breakfast and packed us a lunch. We set off by 9:00, and … Continue reading

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Day 5: From the Station Inn at Ribblehead to Dent

The Station Inn, where we spent the night, was built at the edge of a lonely country road. I thought of drovers, hostelries, and post chaises stopping here at the end of a long day’s journey. I could imagine ladies … Continue reading

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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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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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