If you have been following my blog, you know that this summer we hosted one of my sisters and her husband in the UK. This is the third in my series on our trip, and only God can get the credit for the glorious weather that blessed us while hiking this idyllic slice of the world - truly the epitome of the English countryside!!!
(At this point, we were only a couple of miles into the hike. My sister and her husband were gob-smacked (read: amazed) with the simple grandeur of the landscape and the precipitation-free weather. It was refreshing for me and Spousal Unit - we have renewed appreciation for the beauty we had started to take for granted.)
|Leaving Keld and heading back to Muker|
Maintaining the miles of walls and hundreds of stone-built barns is expensive.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority in partnership with English Heritage, MAFF, and the European Union, helps local farmers to repair barns and walls with repair grants.
Linking to Nature Notes
Linking to Our World Tuesday
Linking to Outdoor Wednesday