Day 3 Halifax


Train ride  to Leeds  began very stressful no parking spaces at station and as we did not no the town we had no idea where the nearest car park was, a very nice guy(railway worker, note to self get people’s names in future )  directed us to a car park near by and then made sure the ramp was available for us on the train.  Off we went on time , arrived in Leeds met by a nice guy with ramps (again no name shame on me) What a vibrant busy city Leeds is old and new blend together .The Black Prince  in City square is a welcome sight . Along walk along Boar Lane where in 1962 I had my first job hard to locate exactly which shop as all the shop fronts have changed. Onto the market another old beautiful building lots has been said of late about the…

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Good bye 2016. Hello 2017

Attention to Care

I am sure there are going to be a lot of these predictable new years posts but it has to be done and it has to be done well.

So here goes:

2016 what did you give to me.

January you gave me a graduate as my gorgeous daughter graduated from Derby University. A very proud moment.jan

February was a quiet month but still but I got to sea seals on the beach in Norfolk with my wonderful friend ‘Kinky’ or Kate if you need her real name.

March was a busy time just getting out and about and meeting up with friends.The mask picture was a game of pin the cucumber on the hunk (you had to be there).

April was all about the gardening and family time. The big garden was commenced and a pop to Lowerstoft to see mum and dad.

May the gardening became a massive…

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