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Now that the Burgman is back up and running again - though I'm still not best friends with it yet - we went for a day out in North Yorkshire. The Tan Hill Inn a few miles from Hawes and in the middle of nowhere then on to Bolton Castle for a 5 minute rest then through Leyburn and on to the A1M and back home.
 

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Now that the Burgman is back up and running again - though I'm still not best friends with it yet - we went for a day out in North Yorkshire. The Tan Hill Inn a few miles from Hawes and in the middle of nowhere then on to Bolton Castle for a 5 minute rest then through Leyburn and on to the A1M and back home.
A couple of the close ups of the castle show the remains of the limewash they used to paint the castles, the Tower of London, known also as The White Tower was so called because it was brilliant white. Bolton Castle must have been even more imposing than it is now 800 years ago.
 

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Did you happen to pass thru Linton-on-Ouse ?
They say it’s a quaint little village with a progressive future.
No, I'm afraid not, we got on the A1M at Bedale and called at a friends scooter shop in Barwick in Elmet. Linton has an RAF base I think although I don't recall going through but all the villages round York are pleasant places.
 

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Not only cheese, but ropes.

Just up the road is Aysgarth Falls, some distance from Nottingham, but anyway, they had a celebrity moment.

Every time we've gone there, the water has almost gone away!
Poor quality pic, scanned from original faded paper - 1980s.
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Yes, a lot of the streams in the area are quite low, we go up to the upper reaches of the River Wharfe with our Grandchildren a couple of times a year, take the Hawes road out of Kettlewell then take a left fork about 5 or 6 miles up, it's a nice ride up that way on the bike as well.
 
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