Monday, 9 November 2009

Sheep Ahoy!

Last week in the Yorkshire Dales, we enjoyed a walk from Reeth in Swaledale, to the very lovely village of Grinton. Grinton is worth a look, mainly because of the perfect little St Andrew's Church, nicknamed the Cathedral of the Dales, with its churchyard dominated by venerable yew trees.

However, our attention was drawn to a very strange sight atop the roof of the village pub.

Yes. It is a sculpture of a Swaledale sheep, with a tuba. No idea why. Nothing on the pub website about it. Marvellous.

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