When we weren't on the moor top we walked down to the river.
nothing now remaining but a few stones.
Nearby is a lime pit
with a carved stone stating that it was built in 1786.
Smile for the camera!
It's always pleasant to spend a little time pootling about by the river.
Then it's more steps to climb up the other side of the bank.
The sun was shining through the west window.
Time for the First Born to head back to London. We drove to Northallerton, had a peep in Betty's window.
Their window displays are always attractive, but, my, their prices seem to have become rather silly.
More silliness at the station where a notice flashed up that the London train was cancelled. The FB was bundled into a local link to York in order to make another connection. British Rail, what a disgrace it is!
And these little pots in the shop were rather good fun.