Today on my walks I ended up in the village of Addingham. A small prosperous place with a shop, several pubs and plenty of traditional cottages and posh new housing estates.
Cottages with what looks like a traditional telephone box.
But it is in fact one of the new free libraries that are springing up. Where you can take a book and leave your own books
The village church of course.
One of the people I spoke with.
Parks and cottages.
On the way home on this humid day, I took a bus which was full of people and it stank like a public toilet.
A few from last week's trip.
The sun came out so I travelled.
In Harrogate I came across a war memorial in a wooded park.
Then onto Ripon and it's cathedral. First visit in three years.
Nice evening sunlight.
I tried out the antique chairs inside the cathedral. Did bishops of years gone bye ever sit in this.?
Ineffable Photography, as always.
Today is a nice sunny day for a walk. But I have a meeting scheduled with the HR people from my employer to discuss my sick leave and return to work.
I was planning another walk tomorrow with the ramblers association in the Yorkshire dales.
But the BBC have put out a weather warning about unseasonable strong winds and gales. And I don't want to be out in the open in the middle of nowhere in gale force winds. So ????