Monday, 10 April 2017

On the level

For the moment anyway as there aren't any more locks for a while.  We spent Saturday and Sunday in glorious sunshine in Kildwick, a pretty little village on the edge of the dales.  The pub - the White Lion had a nice beer garden but sadly only scored 6 out of 10 for lunch.  Maybe its a Yorkshire thing but serving roast beef as one slab bigger than a steak that had clearly been cooked hours previously as had the spuds was never going to work.  
We've moved on now and are in the little town of Skipton with lots of good shopping and a castle.  However, we don't really like towns so its out into the country tomorrow to Gargrave where the locks start again but it looks like the endless heavy swing bridges are less common.  All we need is that good weather to come back.

Nice pub - shame about the lunch

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