Freezing York

I had to be in York on business so we decided to make a trip of it. We set out on a sunny Wednesday in March aiming for 3 nights at a C&CC Certified Site right next to a York Park and Ride. At that time of year we had the place to ourselves and it was a 5 minute walk to the P&R bus.

So March the weather can be a bit unpredictable but I suppose one could have predicted the cold and wet, down to -2C at night so ice on the canopy in the morning. Thankfully we had hook up so could run the heater on electric which we did for all the evening and some of the night. There were some brilliant Johnny Walker stuff on R2 late into the evening so we snuggled down and enjoyed each evening.

Business concluded on Thursday we had the day to ourselves on Friday and as well as shops and market we spent a fair time at the Railway Museum and enjoyed lunch in they restaurant.

alistairandduncanSaturday dawned bright but there was a problem – the van wouldn’t start. It appeared that three nights of sound system that runs of the starter battery rather than the leisure battery (note to oneself to look at changing that) had done for it. A call to the RAC soon had us on our way heading for lunch with my brother at the Marlpool Brewery in Heanor. The day couldn’t have been more different from the preceding and as you can see we sat out in the pub yard in shirt sleeves enjoying a couple of excellent lights and a “byo” lunch.

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