This was a beautiful organised walk from our site in Hutton le Hole to Lasington, which apparently has a church which started off Christianity in the North, and there is a picture of the crypt.
Of particular note are the pictures of molehills, the two lambs who were wandering around in search of their mother (showing a surprising intelligence, as after realising they couldn't leap up the wall, decided to go round by the churchyard onto it) and the kids with staffs fighting like Robin Hood and Little John in front of some medieval houses.
The cows liked the look of Scamp and were following him as an object of some curiosity. Also there is a picture of some wild garlic in the woodlands which permeates the air with garlic and a picture of a sheep's bum which my husband said, when I showed him the photos, 'Why have you taken a picture of a haystack?'
We went to a pub in the middle of the walk, but I have posted it at the beginning because I have missed it out by mistake. There was a courtyard outside the pub with a gate at the front. With typical English reticence everyone was dithering and uming and ahing about whether this belonged to the pub, or was in fact somebody's garden. One courageous soul had a look through the windows, saw it wasn't anyone's front room, so emboldened, everyone bravely piled into the courtyard with their drinks.lol