Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

This is the lovely new walk I mentioned in my February 15 for 2015 post. Come with me as I retrace my steps along the way. Begin at the church in Thornton.

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Down Priestmans Lane by the beck.

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Past the millrace

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and into the woods full of snowdrops

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The view across Ellerdale is lovely

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loving the way the trees encroach the water’s edge

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past the farm

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to the church

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past the two cottages

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and the tea room not yet open for the season

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to the old paper mill now a fish farm

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see the dog on guard!

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We have since been back to walk from Ellerburn to Dalby Forest, so more next week.

Hope you have some lovely walks this Spring. Love to hear if you do.



Comments on: "Thornton Dale to Ellerburn" (11)

  1. I am hoping to make time for more country walking this year.

  2. Hi Cathy, I would love to include a link to this walk in my next Wednesday Walk-Along. Is that ok? Here is a link to this week’s: https://daffodilwild.wordpress.com/2015/03/11/walking-backwards-to-branscombe/

  3. Lovely guide through your walk, we are so lucky living with such beautiful coutryside around us.

  4. A lovely walk. It’s great to get out and appreciate the changing season this time of year.

  5. […] Walk along from Thornton Dale to Ellerburn with NanaCathy, […]

  6. your walks take you to places that are beautiful and historic, my walks are in a beautiful park but i know every spot already i need new places lol πŸ™‚

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