This weekend I had an amazing opportunity to take a trip to Yorkshire and visit Skipton to go to Yarndale . This time I shared accommodation with friend and her parents.
It was in a lovely quiet area called "middle town". Every road you looked down you saw the Dales.
I found this lovely derelict building on the way to the railway station, I just loved the colours.
We took the train from Skipton to Haworth. On the route we went past Oakworth station where they filmed Railway Children film
We had a walk up from the train station through the very pretty park.
Walking up the hill I came across this great idea for a planter.
I loved this decoupage covered bike too.
Along with a trip on the steam train I really wanted to visit the Brontë Parsonage Museum
This was the local Church that the Brontë's attended.
From the Parsonage you could walk through the churchyard and then take a walk up to the moors, now named the Brontë Way.
Once up on the Moor I just felt at peace and just felt so close to my dad. He was taken from us last year and I miss him so much but growing up we were always out walking and he would adhore this view.
This lovely train was for our return journey.
I hope you have enjoyed my dip into Yorkshire. The next blog I will share my passion for all things wool and creative people related.