Our circuitous route of Britain led us from Edinburgh across the border, back to England via the Yorkshire Dales, famous for the drystone walls crossing the stunning landscape.
We drove across Wensleydale,
a lush sweeping valley that runs from west to east.
Each dale has its own character, with rivers flowing along the valley bottom,
hardy sheep grazing in the pastures,
and stone farm buildings dotting the countryside.
We stopped at the Wensleydale Heifer in West Witton and indulged in a half pint of their best.
We would have been very tempted to stay, had we not been expected in Harrogate.