A drive through Yorkshire

One of the days we stayed in York, we rented a car for the day and drove out to the countryside. The first stop was Fountain’s Abbey, a well preserved old abbey cared for by the National Trust.

Our initial plan was to stop at a few different places along the road and maybe go for a walk, but it was raining heavily most of the time, so we had to eat our picnic inside the car and rush out to take pictures and then straight back inside.

It stopped raining (for a little while) just as we pulled into the village of Hutton-le-Hole so we could have a look around.

Despite the weather, we really enjoyed driving around and seeing more of the county and its wonderful nature. It was moors filled with heather, sheep everywhere and winding roads.

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