I thought I’d continue the theme of where we’ve been these last few weeks. As lockdown has eased up we’ve seen more people and travelled further.
This was a day out on the Yorkshire Moors. There is a great beauty about the moors! Then there are the lapwings and new lambs.
We walked along the top of the hills before descending into the valley with its old railway (still have a steam train) and old stone bridges.
The gorse was in yellow bloom. We stopped at Beck Hole.
Spring is happening slowly. Many bushes are sprouting leaves. The may blossom is out. But most trees are skeletons and the snow came followed by sunshine.
We met up with my daughter and her kids for a walk and chat. It is the first time we’ve seen them for ages because of this virus.
A great snowstorm had just come through. The moors were coated in a layer of snow. Very beautiful. The early warning radar site there is a reminder of the menace of mankind. In the midst of beauty there is horror.
We headed down into the valley into Goathland – the village used in the TV series Heartbeat.