After a lot of climbing in the rain on Wed, today was a slow plod in the sun. An excuse to go slow, admire the Yorkshire Dales and take a few photos.
It’s quite nice to go slow for a change.
I’ve cycled past this tree hundreds of times, but I’ve never realised just how big it actually is.
Bolton Abbey. I don’t usually see the village from this direction.
I popped my head around the corner and looked towards the old Abbey.
There is just a feint hint of colour to the trees – a sign of buds forming and nearly the end of spring.
Looking back to Burnsall where I came from.
Still ended up doing 800m of climbing, so much for a recovery day, but quite a lot in lowest gear.
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Great photos. That tree is massive!