Just to prove that you do get the occasional nice day in Yorkshire, here’s the view from the hills above Rylstone. Not a cloud in the sky in any direction which means only one thing: it’s a John Conners nice day. Probably the first one I’ve seen in this country in over a year!
“The temperature was around 27C, there was a light, refreshing wind and there were blue skies all day long without a single cloud in the sky.”
I don’t recall sunbathing weather at any point this weekend.
Gorgeous photo, though. We must do lunch to discuss it.
You should move darn sarf, we’ve had loads of weekends like that this year. The weekend just gone was nice and clear and crisp.
Very nice. Whereabouts on the hill is that? I don’t recognise it.
Are we supposed to be biking tonight? I’ve had a cold for the last two days (and was off work yesterday), so I don’t think I’m up to it.
When you go up on to barden moor (from the rylstone side), at the gate about 2/3 of the way up (just before that final rocky but I can never ride up) you go right instead of straight on and the ruin is just along there.
That does look like a nice day. I read your definition of a “John Conners nice day” (not a cloud in the sky) and that brought something else to my mind. I live in Canada and during the winter the coldest days are the days where there is not a cloud in the sky. Essentially the Artic air mass is so dry, there is no moisture.