August 1st, 2018

A geocaching day out to the Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor.
A visit to Saltaire, Salts Mill, Thompson Lane and Shipley Glen.
Fish and Chips in Ripon before returning to Newby Hall.

Radome at the Royal Air Force Base, Menwith Hill
The Cow and Calf Hotel, Ilkley Moor
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Signing the log at the Cow and Calf event
Ilkley Moor
Brass band attend our geocaching day out to play the Yorkshire National Anthem, 'On Ilkley Moor Bah Tat'
Flying the Yorkshire flag at the Cow and Calf
geocaching day out
Gillian checks out the flag stones for an Earthcache.
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Waiting to sign the log.
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor

An Earthcache at the base of the rocks
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Dog Walkers, geocachers and rock climbers
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Beneath the Cow
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Rock climbers
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Log in pavillion, car park and
Cow & Calf Rock Cafe

Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor

Boys climb the Calf
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor

Hey guys! You might want to use a rope this time.
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
The Cow, from which the Calf broke away
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Gillian find a cache
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Geocachers everywhere
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Michael finds an Ammo Can Cache
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Another Earthcache
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Earthcache on the edge of a 20 foot drop.
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
View overlooking Ilkley
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Gillian at the Calf
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Ilkley taken from the Cow and Calf
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Geocaching amongst the heather
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Wells House, Ilkley. Designed by Cuthbert Broderick and opened in 1856 as a Hydro. Converted into appartments in 2003.
A day of meeting other geocachers
Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Gillian and Michael geocaching on Ilkley Moor
Rock climbers viewed from above, Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
The Cow and Calf, Ilkley Moor
Salts Mill, Saltaire. The biggest factory in the world when opened in 1853
A view over the roofs of Salts Mill, Saltaire
Salts Mill and the Chimney stack, Saltaire
The long galleries inside the restored part of Salts Mill, Saltaire
David Hockney art works on display in Salts Mill, Saltaire
Old textile machine from a bygone era
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Model of Salts Mill, Saltaire
By 1876 the mill employed 6900 people
Old textile machine from a bygone era
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Drawing
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Weaving
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Burling and Mending
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Retail Shop
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Another Art Gallery
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Retail Shop
Salts Mill, Saltaire
Salts Mill, workers exit
Salts Mill, main entrance
Outside my aunties house where I lived in 1957 ish
Or was it this house?
The local corner shop
Saltaire
A view of the back yards of the houses on Henry Street, Saltaire
Houses built by Sir Titus Salt
Saltaire
Looking down Albert Terrace
Saltaire
Looking up Victoria Road, Saltaire.
Albert Terrace on the right
Crossing the Railway Bridge on Victoria Road, Saltaire
URC, Saltaire
(directly opposite Salts Mill)
Mum and Dad were married in this church in 1951
URC, Saltaire
Canal boats on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal which runs through Saltaire
Here the canal runs alongside Salts Mill, Saltaire
Canal boats on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal
Thomson Lane, Baildon
Our local shops, Saltaire (and the fish and chip shop is still here)
Back to Ripon after a very full day
Emblem of Ripon
Horn on the top of the
Ripon obelisk. Built in 1781
Flags fly high at Newby Hall
Equestrian Statue of John Sobieski, King of Poland commemorating his victory in Vienna.
Newby Hall

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