On Sunday I had a wedding consultation up in the Yorkshire Dales, so me and Alfie decided to have a little Father & Son Adventure Time Road Trip™.
Our first stop was Hardraw Force up near Wensleydale. The tallest single drop waterfall in England. Also slightly famous from being the location for the waterfall scene from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves movie.
It's a nice little walk round. Doesn't cost much, so worth a stop off if you're in the area. The waterfall can be pretty tame if the weather has been good, but can soon roughen up after a heavy rainfall. I think we got it pretty much somewhere in the middle.
If you want some info on Hardraw, click here.
After that, it was nearly time for my meeting, so we headed off to nearby Yorebridge House.
Once the business bit was done, it was Alfie's favourite part of the day - chippy time!
We fought our way through the crowds of bikers and wolfed down some good ol' Yorkshire chips lathered in salt and vinegar.
And on again to our last stop off - Ribblehead Viaduct.
The viaduct is seriously impressive. 400 metres long and over 100 feet high at it's tallest point, with 24 massive arches spread across the Ancient Monument ground that sits beneath it. We had a bit of proper chill out time, exploring the area and sitting on the rocks watching the sun go down.
A perfect day out.
For more info on Ribblehead, click here.
Here's a few snaps from our day.
Thought I'd start this little blog to let people know what we get up to. Some personal stuff thrown in the mix too.