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What can I say – the attractions of Derbyshire continue to enthrall us.
Back to Bob’s place! Starting to get used to this! Most memorable was a celebration of Chief Seattle where we finished a powerful dance in the marquee by parading outside to a spiral of candles in the new moonlight. Left
Back to New House Farm, back on top of the hill with a view of half the world! This year we celebrated the Olympics with our own version of the event.
New beginnings. We moved south to Derbyshire – near Ashbourne. Softer countryside, but still spectacular views to the west. New House Farm is an organic farm in the southern Pennines. Our field is still quite high, but the weather seems
Took our chance again on Addingham moor. We might have had a lucky gentle year last year, but this year we got everything. Wind, rain, sun, rainbows and sunsets. Decided we needed to move on again!
High House Farm was another stunning field high in the Pennines. On the edge of Addingham Moor, overlooking Wharfdale, the views were a feast for our eyes all week. It might have been a bit breezy, we might have had
So we are on our travels again. This time its Newton Grange near Skipton. Only a few fields away from the flooded camp in 2004 and the same farmer. This time he is sure we’ll be happy. He offers us
Our Second visit to Thirsk. We thought we had a more permanent home here, but the year after our landlord wanted to use the field for cattle, couldn’t find another field for us and we were on the move again.
Thirsk – lovely flat field in the Vale of York – soft countryside. Fantastic landlord, the local lord of the manor ‘Thane of Thirsk’!! What could go wrong? Nothing of course.