I spent £3 today, crossing the Humber Bridge twice. Still have to pay with a card, I don't know if they will ever go back to accepting cash. It's a nuisance having to park close to the booth to reach the machine and insert the card. I don't have one of those wafting things, I have to punch in the numbers.
After a short drive bypassing Beverley I turned off on a minor road to Cherry Burton. Found a parking place on a wide road with no restrictions, in the centre of the village. I set off down the road to Etton. Here I had a look at the church, but wasn't able to go inside. As you can see, it is a lovely sunny day.
A couple of miles out of Etton I picked up the Rail Trail. This is a disused railway line, now a cycle track and can be used by horse riders and walkers. I did a mile or two along there, but was glad to get off because they can get a bit boring with not much to look at. I had a nice chat with some dog walkers.
I took the road through South Dalton Wold, heading for South Dalton village. It passes through the estate of Dalton Hall. Most of it is private, so there is no opportunity to get close to the historical buildings. There are notices saying keep to the road. I got a couple of pics with the zoom. Sheep are wandering about everywhere.
These looked like massive beasts, all matching black and white. I wonder if they are bulls.web site. No time to stop. I have been talking to a very nice couple so I must press on.
Time is getting on but I must take a look at the church in South Dalton. The spire looks amazing.
As I was walking out of the village I turned round to look back. Just look at that spire.
Thanks for popping in. We'll catch up soon. Toodle pip. ilona