Monthly Archives: July 2018
What can be flat or crown? social or competitive? indoor or outdoor? What can be for cereal, soup, fruit or salad? Bowls I hear you shout! But with the title ‘Participation Sport’ it unlikely to be a form of device … Continue reading
Why do Holly bushes have spiny leaves? They evolved to protect from nibblers but sheep do not eat holly. The sheep probably used this tree for shelter and paid with a bit of wool. This shorn shady sheep is fleece … Continue reading
A right gob stopper with all sorts for local jelly babies Cosmetic improvements well sorted Nancy Sinatra could have got her boots for walking here Reflect on the work clothes – I fancy one of those chef’s hats and a … Continue reading
The newly renovated 18th century cloth hall has to be the best in Britain. This architectural treasure has been significantly enhanced by years of effort and lots of dosh but commercially it needs reinvention. This Morris dancing on 14th of … Continue reading
Yorkshire is renown for being divided into three Ridings, East, North and West. A Riding was derived from the Scandinavian word “thriding,” meaning a third part. The Danes had another smaller division called a Wapentake. According to the new Leeds … Continue reading
The sun always shines in God’s Own County at least in every Yorkshire persons dreams Rambling Rector is very floriferous and produces berries at the end of the season.