Good morning. Glad you liked the photo's from Haworth, here are a few more, from day 2. Not quite as many because I was busy chatting to my Simple Sista. We met up at the car park in Caroline Street in Saltaire at 10am. She greeted me with a lovely gift, a kind thought. I knew we were going to hit it off as soon as I saw her. Her emails have been friendly and chatty, and that is just the kind of person she is in real life.
The weather was warm and sunny, just right for a stroll along the canal tow path. I had a leaflet of suggested walks so we decided to adapt one of those to suit the time we had. First bonus of the day, a family group out for a bimble, mummy and daddy teaching babies how to forage for food. It was lovely to see them. They didn't seem at all fazed as we stood close watching.
After lunch we decided to tackle another walk from the leaflet, in another direction. The trouble with using leaflets is that they are missing some vital information and they are not to scale, so it's not easy to determine distance between landmarks. Following these routes needs a bit of guess work. Give me an Ordnance Survey map any day. We walked up Thompson Lane towards Baildon Bank and up through the trees towards Baildon.
The weather was deteriorating it was jackets on and hoods up. Time was also getting on, so we decided to cut the walk short and turn round at Wrose View, a house high up on the hillside above Baildon. Coming back along the road I snapped this pretty cottage at Baildon Green.
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Hope you have enjoyed my little trip. Catch you soon.